Posted on Thursday 13 September 2012 by Ulster Business

Noel Brady Boss in the Brig arrest

A brand new initiative Boss in the Brigg sees business leaders apprehended by the Harbour Police and charged to collectively raise £10,000 in support of The Prince’s Trust.

Leading businessman Noel Brady, Founder and Managing Director of Consult Nb1 Limited, has put out an urgent plea from his cell for help to raise his bounty set at £1,000. All of the bail proceeds are going to The Prince’s Trust in Northern Ireland to help disadvantaged young people move into education, training or employment.

Noel has been charged to raise this bounty to guarantee his release from the Brig in the depths of the River Lagan. Those who fail to raise their bail will be keel hauled at noon on the 21st September 2012.

“It really is “Clink or Swim” for me,” says Noel. “If I don’t raise £1,000 by noon on 21st September I’m sunk! Please help me get out of here, not just for my freedom, but for all the local young people my bail will help through the crucial work of The Prince’s Trust”.

Donations to help ensure Noel’s freedom can be made through accessing https://www.justgiving.com/Noel-Brady and making a pledge.

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