Securing you and your surroundings

2017-10-04 06:00
The owners of Security Superstore - Matthew and Tarryn Cohen ‘proudly support local’.Photo: supplied

The owners of Security Superstore - Matthew and Tarryn Cohen ‘proudly support local’.Photo: supplied

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THE strength and sustainability of smaller communities lies in standing together and supporting each other.

Recognising this strength, Security Superstore is the first locally-owned and local supporting security superstore.

Husband-and-wife team, Matthew and Tarryn Cohen started Security Superstore in February this year and are striding ahead. Matthew grew up in Amanzimtoti and has the support of local security companies.

The company helps local professionals by being a one-stop destination for all their security products from fencing to gate motors, remotes and so much more at competitive pricing. The companies’ power settles in the fact that there are nine branches of Security Superstore across South Africa, but this is the first franchise store of the group.

The store has a large variety of products on display and offers free quotes.

“If we don’t have a product, we will try to get it within 24 hours,” the owner said. The company likes to stay ahead of their game and stocks wide varieties of different security products that you can use at your home or your business.

Besides supporting local, the owners are also passionate about giving back and most recently helped out the Transkei Rugby Project, they are proud of the boys whom some have never touched a rugby ball before have grown in such a short space of time and won team of the tournament.

On Mandela Day, the company ordered meals from their new neighbouring business and donated it to the needy in the community .

Security Superstore calls on the community to be vigilant and aware of their surroundings and home security. “It will help you not become a statistic,” they said.

 

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