At Tynan Motors there is a major community fundraising event to raise funds for medical research. This is going hand in hand with the current expansion of business interests in the Illawarra.
Tynan Motors has great plans for promoting growth and development in the Illawarra region. We have recently purchased a site in Shellharbour where a state of the art facility is being developed. The new facility will include the ability to purchase new and used vehicles as well as a technical centre, parts distribution and financing.
The plan is for the site to be the largest and most modern dealership in the Illawarra to cater for the rapid development and growth opportunities of future residential development and helping to promote further growth. The Tynan family business has been in the region for a decade now with dealerships located in Wollongong, Albion Park and Nowra.
“As a family we are committed to promoting growth in the Illawarra and supporting community organisations. Medical research is an important part of that commitment,’’
- Madeline Tynan, Tynan Motors Marketing Director.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Tynan Motors, in loving memory of Michael Tynan, who was a great believer in giving back to the community and in support of Medical research Tynan are holding a fundraiser – The Michael Tynan Memorial Challenge. We are giving back to the community bigger than ever by raising $500,000 for the SSMRF - St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation.
The Challenge will be held over the weekend of the 22nd & 23rd of October and will consist of a walk, drive and paddle from Wollongong to the Sutherland Shire.
The Michael Tynan Memorial challenge is already being supported in Wollongong by Optus, Lagoon Restaurant, University of Wollongong, Novotel, WIN Television and the Illawarra Mercury. Other supporters include St George Bank, Tribe Fitness, Westfield Miranda and Mercedes Club.
The Challenge will draw over 200 walkers, paddlers, drivers and volunteers to begin the escapade in the Illawarra. Starting at the University of Wollongong Innovation Campus, the participants will visit many of the Illawarra’s iconic landmarks and businesses, and discovering the hidden gems around Wollongong.
Funds will be raised from members of the community sponsoring participants.
Source: Illawarra Mercury