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IN PICTURES: Sarkis brothers and Co imitate Village People for Variety Bash

IN PICTURES: Sarkis brothers and Co imitate Village People for Variety Bash

The fundraising event will see the macho men travel west in a 1968 Holden Station Wagon starting from Baulkham Hills in NSW to Buccaneer Rock in Broome, Western Australia

Juniper’s Anthony Sarkis, Jason Atkins, CA's Daniel Smalley along with Accucom’s Sam Sarkis, will be dressing up as The Village People in an effort to raise funds for the Variety Bash.

The fundraising event will see the macho men travel west in a 1968 Holden Station Wagon starting from Baulkham Hills in NSW to Buccaneer Rock in Broome, Western Australia. The 12 day trip starts on August 8 and will see the men cover 5423kms.

To find out more information and if you want to place donations towards the macho men, visit their website.

Anthony Sarkis said the best thing about this charity is that $0.89 in every dollar donated goes directly to the kids.

The annual Variety Bash is Australia's most successful charity motoring event. It is the focal point of fund raising efforts by many supporters of Variety, the children’s charity. The money raised will go towards helping children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn.

The Bash fundraising event was initiated by businessman Dick Smith in 1985.


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