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Victory Boxing - fighting to make a difference in our community

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Bowater Hyundai and Bowater Isuzu are very excited to be helping the Victory Boxing Trust bring a ray of hope, a glimmer of confidence and a sense of purpose to the kids involved in the charitable trust. The vehicle support we offer them helps them get out and about in the community to continue to do their good work.

Victory Boxing started in 2011 and was based at the YMCA Centre. The aim of Victory Boxing is to create a positive impact on young kids in the community, teaching life skills, honesty, respect, caring, and developing the opportunities for talented individuals. In the first year there were 20 children involved. Due to the popularity and success of the programme numbers have grown to where there are over 100 registered children, aged 8-18 years, and an ever-growing waiting list. They also cater for adults and college groups during the day and evening. The growth of the programme required larger and more specialized premises, and through the incredible generosity of the Nelson public, Victory Boxing now has its own home. The backbone of Victory Boxing is due to its very capable volunteers, who are passionate about sports, and the welfare and futures of our young people.

Click here to see their website.

Victory Boxing continues to punch above it's weight.

We stopped by Victory Boxing to have a catch up and talk about the importance of community. 
Paul Hampton and the team are doing amazing work, and we help support them to do this. 

Take a minute to watch this short video and become inspired!

It’s good to remember the strength of community. Organisations such as Victory Boxing, Nelson, New Zealand work hard to make a difference, giving those needing it a new focus, helping our elderly to keep moving and teaching at risk kids the importance of belonging. We are proud to be able to stand behind people like Paul and his team as they make a difference.

Posted by Bowater Motor Group on Sunday, 17 March 2019

Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu are standing strong in the corner

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VICTORY BOXING, Nelson is doing some wonderful work in the community. Bowater Hyundai & Isuzu are proud to be standing strongly in their corner and helping them get out and about.

Paul Hampton turned from running a classroom to running a boxing gym and has poured his energy into
a project that he always knew would have the potential to change lives.

Several years on, the Victory Boxing gym is going from strength to strength and class sizes are swelling.

“At first it might seem that Victory Boxing is only about boxing, but it’s not really. It’s all about the kids – giving youth a safe and positive place to hang out, a place to get fit and develop healthy lifestyle habits, values and attitudes, and a place to be the best they can be.

Victory Boxing is pleased to have the community in it's corner

Paul Hampton, the face behind the success at local charitable organisation Victory Boxing, is a really humble, old school kiwi bloke of the finest order. He has put himself out there and poured his energy into a project that he always knew would have the potential to change lives. Several years on, the gym is going from strength to strength, and the class sizes are swelling. 

We took a few minutes to head down to the gym for a quick chat about what the support of local businesses like Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu do for an organisation such as Victory Boxing. 

Victory Boxing, Nelson, New Zealand is doing some wonderful work in the community. Bowater Hyundai & Isuzu are proud to be standing strongly in their corner and helping them get out and about. We caught up with the always inspirational Paul Hampton for a quick chat.

Posted by Bowater Motor Group on Thursday, 9 February 2017

Are you ready to rumble? The Fight for Victory gets underway at Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu.

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This November 5th will see the Trafalgar Centre rumbling to the familiar sound of excitement as the 3rd round of the Victory Boxing annual Fundraiser gets underway.

Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu have stood behind this awesome community event since the start, when our very own Chris Bowater, CEO of Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu, stepped into the ring with the then Mayor of Nelson, Aldo Miccio. It was an inspirational fight and much sweat was left on the canvas as these two stepped up and gave it all that they had.

It was only fitting then that Bowater Hyundai and Isuzu host the launch event for Victory Boxing's Fight for Victory 3 at their central city showroom on the corner of Rutherford and Hardy St on Friday 8th July from 5:30 - 7:30pm. 

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Meet the Bowater Hyundai Team

Daryl Pritchard. A depth of experience & the voice of reason.

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Daryl has been in the car industry for a long time, ever since he started as an apprentice mechanic for the Post Office's Workshop in Wellington, where he grew up.

We are fortunate to have him, and all of his varied vehicle industry experience, with us at Bowater Hyundai since 2010. He has seen the Hyundai brand go from strength to strength and has a depth of technical knowledge of the evolution of the range of vehicles. 

Daryl lives in Stoke with his wife, they have four grown children living as far afield as Wellington and Sydney. A proud supporter of the Hurricanes and the Lions, Daryl maintains his strong connection to the city he grew up in.

He is a strong believer in the Bowater Motor Group philosophy of giving back to the community and thrives on "the strong focus of ethical business within the company". As such Daryl is a strong advocate for the special relationships that Bowater Hyundai has built with community partners such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Victory Boxing.

Daryl is an enthusiastic fisherman and says his lack of results has failed to deter him from his enthusiasm. Click here to contact Daryl.