The Fleeties can now rest their feet after completing the Stayin’ Wild Challenge.

Over the month of December, the female employees at Connect Fleet (In Liquidation) took part in the Stayin’ Wild Challenge, proudly in support of Beyond Blue.

After the unprecedented year that brought much uncertainty and pain to many families and businesses over Australia, it felt only natural for our team to give back in some small way.

The challenge saw the ladies walk 10,000 steps a day, and complete other lifting and agility challenges. It was not an easy challenge, especially during the heat of a Noosa summer, but the Fleeties did well and all finished with flying colours.

As a team, they raised almost $400 towards the cause of mental health and wellbeing.

They even managed to get their mugs on the faces of Noosa Today, covered in Abbey Cannan’s story ‘Office Steps out for mental health’. Read the article in-full via our blog post here.

As The Fleeties put it ‘overall, it was a great challenge for us personally to be involved with, and ending the year on a high felt rewarding’.

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Meagan Berkhout
Public Relations

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