UK: Evomart, the recently established wholesaler of HVAC and refrigeration tools, parts and components, is to raffle a unique customised recovery machine in aid of charity.
The CPS recovery machine, worth around £600, carries refrigerant-themed artwork, created and artistically applied by Nate Bray, the 11-year-old son of Evomart MD Bradley Bray.
“During lockdown my son has worked tirelessly on his artwork. To kill the time, he asked if he could practice customising something of mine. We opted for a HVAC themed customisation of a CPS Products CR400 110v recovery machine,” explained Bradley Bray.
There is even a video of Nate’s efforts:
All proceeds of the raffle will go to Naomi House & Jacksplace, a charity providing a homely environment to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.
The raffle – which starts today – will be open for two weeks, with the lucky winning ticket being picked by a member of staff at NaomiHouse.
Tickets are only £10, and can be purchased via the Evomart website.