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New Ambassador appointed

Jim Davidson and Dan

New Ambassador appointed

Care after Combat have announced the appointment of Dan Bream as their new Ambassador.  Dan, who is Managing Director of Bream Team; Care after Combat’s Digital Creative Partner, has been appointed in recognition of the excellent contribution he has made to the charity since it was founded in 2014, by Jim Davidson OBE, Simon Weston CBE and Goose Cryer MC.

In particular, Dan has been responsible for creating the charity’s branding, logo, website, social media and continued marketing support.  He becomes the second Care after Combat Ambassador following Casey Batchelor, who was awarded the title at the charity’s recent Inaugural Gala Dinner.

Care after Combat Chairman, Jim Davidson OBE presented Dan with an Ambassador certificate last week at The Valley, home of Charlton Athletic FC and Jim said: “Myself and the rest of the team at Care after Combat, are delighted to have Dan as one of our  Ambassador’s.

“We all greatly value the fantastic support we have received from Dan and in particular his and Bream Team’s role in helping us create the charity’s branding as well as establishing our fantastic website. All of this work has been vital in allowing us to spread the word about Care after Combat, especially during the first 6 months of our launch.”

Jim continued, “As our second Ambassador, Dan will also act as an advocate for the work of Care after Combat and will use his expertise to assist in the continued development of the charity as we aim to help maintain and promote camaraderie in the Veterans community for those feeling vulnerable or at unrest with society.”

Dan said: “I am extremely proud to have been appointed as an Ambassador of Care after Combat. My journey so far with the charity has been really enjoyable and rewarding, and I’m looking forward to championing the work of the team and playing my part in the continuing success of the charity.”