The company Sky Lift Plant Hire in England had a unique idea to put a smile on the faces of families and children during the lockdown in England. A RUTHMANN TK 310 plays a major role in this.
Alan Harwood, owner of the British company, had the RUTHMANN TK 310 painted in an impressive Spider-Man look and dressed himself up as a superhero to collect donations for the National Health Service. The donations are to be used to finance protective equipment for nursing staff and doctors.
Since the lockdown, he has had several contracts on high-rise buildings in Brighton. There he saw many families and especially children waving at him from their windows. Then he had the idea to cheer up the families and at the same time collect donations for a good cause.
After painting the TK 310 in the Spider Man look, he drove all over East Sussex, Lewes, Brighton, Worthing, Newhaven, Eastbourne, Seaford, Shoreham, Bognor Regis and West Sussex.
To find out more about the campaign, visit the GoFundMe page.
A great campaign!