Tulchan hosts PR charity football tournament

Tulchan, the London-based communications agency, has organised a five-a-side charity football tournament for journalists and PR agencies on 11 September 2016.

Tulchan City 1The Engie City Cup is part of Tulchan’s six for 2016 charity initiative, raising money to improve the lives of Burundi street children and will take place at the Bank of England Sport Centre in Roehampton, West London.

Engie, a French multinational electric utility company is supporting the event and to secure a place, email: 6for16football@tulchangroup.com.

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