Top UK gaming merchandise firm Exquisite Gaming (EXG) is giving readers a discount on selected products in its best-selling range of “cable guy” characters and will donate £5 for every qualifying purchase to our appeal.
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The fun characters hold gaming controls, smartphones and TV remotes.
EXG creative director Ben Beattie said: “It’s our privilege to support the appeal.”
Founded in 2017 by husband and wife Alan and Julie Fenwick, the business stocks characters from a range of gaming and entertainment studios.
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Ben added: “We are a small company of 12 employees but we are very keen to do what we could to help.
“We all know someone who has been affected by coronavirus and a couple of our employees’ family members work in the NHS.
“The Sun’s appeal is an ideal opportunity to be a part of something giving back.”
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