Dealership hosts fund-raising Donut Day

2016-10-26 06:00
Chanté Gwina (left) and Nikita Clarke participate in the Donut Day at Mark White Nissan. Photo: tania sandberg

Chanté Gwina (left) and Nikita Clarke participate in the Donut Day at Mark White Nissan. Photo: tania sandberg

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ON Saturday, 22 October, car dealership Mark White Nissan hosted Donut Day to raise awareness about cancer. The dealership had their latest offerings at reduced prices and thanks all for the support.

All proceeds raised on Donut Day will go towards Big Collection Day on 5 November, where the dealership will donate the proceeds to CANSA.

On 5 November there will be a big awareness cancer fund-raising day, and the dealership will have CANSA and the Kingsway Cancer Group, Errol and Sharon-Ann Theron on site with their table, hair spray day, jumping castle, music, donuts, tea or coffee, cool drinks and pink CANSA support ribbons.

Bring family and friends and support and share Cancer Awareness Day with them, when there will be many surprise giveaways.

Everyone taking a test drive on this day will receive a free car wash at either Caltex Fresh Stop or Total Kingsway Service Station.

For every vehicle sold, the new owner receives a R150 John Dory’s Galleria Mall voucher and many more other surprises. Contact Mark White Nissan Toti on 031 020 0500.

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