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Dreadnought NZ Golf Day a huge success

Written by Lincoln Jefferson

A week ago, Dreadnought Civil owners Courtney Pomare and Sam Pomare hosted an amazing golf day to support Warriors Community Foundation with the immense support of Mike King and I Am Hope.

An incredible $50,000 was raised for the foundation. Thank you to all the sponsors, teams and auction buyers that supported the event.

The money raised will help us create stronger, healthier communities through our educational wellbeing programmes in 2024.

Dreadnought NZ has been in operation for 4 years, during that time Sam and Courtney Pomare have focused on creating leaders, empowering their team to learn, learn and grow and create better opportunities for their team and their families.

Courtney says "Giving back to the community is something that is really important to us and also the Dreadnought team – to see a small/mid size Civil and Traffic company be able to help raise over $100,000 for community groups (Warriors Community Foundation and I Am Hope) in 2 years really gets us excited about what the future holds."

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