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Best Companies Celebration
8:24am 5th March 2012
Pirate FM as part of the UKRD Group is the Sunday Times Best Company to Work for for the second year running.
We topped the category for medium-sized company.
It is campaigns like a Quest to Save Christmas that make ours a top place to work, but we could not do those things without you.
So this morning, thank-you!
MD of Pirate Beverley Warne:
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