Macmillan Cancer Support announces £3m corporate partnership with owners of Argos
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Macmillan Cancer Support announces £3m corporate partnership with owners of Argos

27 Mar 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Macmillan has today announced that it is launching a two-year partnership with Home Retail Group, which owns retailers Argos, Homebase and Habitat, which aims to raise £3m.

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Macmillan Cancer Support announces £3m corporate partnership with owners of Argos

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