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Allstate NI pick up a new Big Tick for Ways2Work

A mass celebration of responsible business took place at the new Titanic Belfast building on Thursday 31 May 2012 for the annual Business in the Community gala awards.

Allstate Northern Ireland were named the 2012 winners of a new Big Tick, Ways2Work Award for inspiring examples of sustainable commuting and business travel, as well as sustainable working and alternatives to travel, such as flexible and agile working.


Big Tick was presented to Glen Burgess and Rose Kelly from Allstate NI by Business in the Community NI CEO John Heaslip

Bro McFerran, Managing Director, Allstate Northern Ireland received the accolade as HRH The Prince of Wales' Ambassador for Corporate Responsibility in Northern Ireland for the second year running for his outstanding leadership and commitment to responsible business in the region. Visit our YouTube channel www.youtube.com/AllstateNI to view the video of Prince Charles presenting Bro with this prestigious award.


Bro McFerran receives the Ambassador Award presented by Business in the Community UK CEO Stephen Howard.

Asda Northern Ireland picked up the coveted NI Responsible Company of the Year Award which was sponsored by Allstate NI as previous winners of the award.

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