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Tug of war celebration for Response

Posted on May 10 2011
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 The leadership team of the company along with three members of staff took on John Barclay, Richie Gray and Canadian DTH van der Merwe.  

From small beginnings back in 1991 Response has grown to employ over 1800 staff across the Glasgow area.  Over that time the company has taken over 120 million calls, working with such organizations as the national Lottery, the Ryder Cup and the Tsunami disaster helpline.
Brian Bannatyne, managing director of RESPONSE said: “This is a huge milestone for us and I would like to thank all in RESPONSE for their continued efforts to develop the business, especially in recent years when everyone has been experiencing a tougher economic climate. 
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