ETS Pulls No Punches Supporting Supplier Colleague

A year ago Sean Boyd – Procurement Manager at Keltbray Aspire – weighed 19 stone. He says his life consistent of beer, cigarettes and kebabs.

Roll onto 2015 and Sean has lost an amazing five stone. He’s now adding the pounds in another way by fundraising through boxing.

Sean began his new fitness regime after his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. He says that his mum’s illness had made him realise that he needed to radically change his own lifestyle.

As well as boxing, Sean now trains five days a week which includes running and exercising in the gym. He also eats more healthily.

Open to people with no boxing experience, Sean entered the Ultra White Collar Boxing tournament in April at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena to raise money for Cancer Research.

ETS was delighted to sponsor Sean for this important cause – so far he has raised over £10,000. As well as this incredible amount, Sean has also recently won the TKO in the 3rd round boxing which took place in front of 3,500 people.

He is now working towards his boxing coaching certificates at Ricky Hatton’s Boxing Academy.
Congratulations Sean from all of us at ETS.