A hairy day at the office for Mark

Theres nothing quite like watching your boss squirm, and the staff at Newtrain certainly enjoyed themselves on Friday when staff member Janelle Pitman took the razor to general manager Mark Willoughbys head to raise money for the Cancer Council.

Mark sadly lost his best friends mother to cancer two months ago, and decided losing his hair was the least he could do, raising almost $800 in the process.

Cancer kills innocent people I suppose you could say, and its generally a very slow and painful way to die, Mark said. You see it all the time these days and its devastating emotionally, financially and in every way you can imagine. It tears families apart and we need to find a cure.

Newtrain staff members Sue Grissell and Di Wyse also lost their locks in a show of solidarity with their boss.


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