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T.Quality raises awareness about men’s mental health

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National foodservice wholesaler T.Quality has teamed up with men’s suicide prevention charity Andy’s Man Club to increase awareness of mental health issues among men.

To encourage men to open up and engage about the struggles they may be facing, T. Quality is placing stickers and messaging on the backs of vans and lorries, and also providing information and materials on its trade counters, digital boards and website accompanied by the hashtag #itsokaytotalk.

Sean Savage, director of sales and marketing at T. Quality, said: “We are delighted to be able to partner with Andy’s Man Club.

“Our industry, along with many other sectors is experiencing a period of uncertainty right now and being able to talk to somebody is crucial for maintaining a healthy mental state for our colleagues and customers alike.

“Spreading the word about the work that the Andy’s Man Club is doing is a fantastic way to provide a forum for people to open up and engage. Whether this is with a colleague, a partner, a family member, or attending an Andy’s Man Club meeting.

“Every day, huge numbers of people will be following a T.Quality vehicle on roads throughout the UK and take in the message #itsokaytotalk. The entire team at T Quality look forward to supporting Andy’s Man Club with raising awareness of this great cause.

“T.Quality looks forward to working further with the Andy’s Man Club to roll out more initiatives.”

Thanking T.Quality for their support, Andy’s Man Club representative Lucas Whitehead said:

“Andy’s Man Club are an awareness-first charity something which the team at T.Quality have instantly aligned themselves with. By placing stickers and messaging on the backs of vans and lorries, and also with information and materials placed on trade counters, digital boards and the T.Quality website, we are heightening our chances of positioning our service in front of a man in need at the right time.” The charity has over 110 groups across the UK but wants to get to a point where any man is within half an hour’s travel of an Andy’s Man Club face-to-face session.

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