All Transplant Sport members plus their friends and family are eligible for a 15 per cent discount on all travel insurance packages.
(PRWEB UK) 10 July 2014
Avanti Travel Insurance has launched a brand new partnership with charity Transplant Sport UK, whose members, friends and family are eligible for a 15 per cent discount on Avanti’s award-winning travel insurance packages.
Founded in 1978 by Consultant Surgeon Maurice Slapack, Transplant Sport UK is now regarded as the largest national charity promoting activity amongst post-transplant patients and the organ donor register.
Transplant Sport UK organises the Transplant Games every year, which is a great opportunity for participants of all ages and abilities to take part in over 20 different events. Since the first games 35 years ago, the games have grown into a four-day celebration that sees over 600 transplant recipients taking part. As all those taking part have received a lifesaving transplant, the event serves as a way for people to celebrate their gift of life together.
The next event is the British Transplant Games, which will be held from 7th–10th August.
The very sporty members will also compete at the World Transplant Games, which will next be hosted by Argentina in 2015. Team Great Britain & Northern Ireland are the third largest national sports team and between them they hold over 50 World Transplant Games records.
Thanks to the fantastic partnership with Avanti, all Transplant Sport members plus their friends and family are eligible for a 15 per cent discount on all travel insurance packages. All they have to do is call Avanti through their dedicated phone number (0800 222 9144) or visit the dedicated website at http://www.tsuktravelinsurance.co.uk. Whether single trip or multi trip travel insurance from Avanti is purchased, the 15 per cent discount can be used on the Budget, Classic and Deluxe products.
To learn more about this fantastic partnership between Avanti and Transplant Sport UK, visit the Transplant Sport website or call Avanti’s friendly team today.