Freshstop, service station gives back ADVERTORIAL >>

2015-12-09 06:00

SOUTHGATE Freshstop believes in supporting the community it serves and recently donated R12 500 to the Community Crime Prevention Organisation.

“We read in the press that the organisation­ needed R12 500 for a thermal night vision camera and decided it would be a good way in which to give back and assist with crime prevention and security,” said manager Mark Hardman.

The Southgate Service Station is also giving back in promotional discounts and from the beginning of the year until the end of November, it has given customers R800 000 back in prices­ discounted for promotional purposes.

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