Triumph Motorcycles has just launched the #TriumphTogether initiative to celebrate local heroes who’ve gone above and beyond while we’ve been in lockdown.

Ex-England rugby star and Triumph ambassador David Flatman paid a visit to a local NHS worker’s front door to say thank you for making a difference in the community during coronavirus lockdown.


It’s the first part of Triumph’s #TriumphTogether campaign which is all about recognising and thanking local heroes across the UK. From nurses and delivery drivers, to everyone staying at home, who are working, furloughed, retired or caring for others, Triumph sees this as a chance to celebrate kindness we’ve seen in our communities.

And best of all, you can nominate your own local heroes and give them a chance of receiving a surprise gift box. Post your nomination on Triumph UK’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages by explaining why your local hero should receive the gift box. Then Triumph’s panel of judges will select ten worthy recipients before delivering a giftbox containing a #TriumphTogether award, a voucher for the Triumph Factory Experience and a Great British Tea Hamper.

For more information and to nominate your local hero, visit Triumph’s social media channels.

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