Pick ’n Pay is fastest business on wheels

2017-05-11 06:02
Represented by the 11E class, Pick ’n Pay rolled away as the winners of the 2017 Global Leadership Academy (GLA) Trolley Pro.                             Photos:SUPPLIED

Represented by the 11E class, Pick ’n Pay rolled away as the winners of the 2017 Global Leadership Academy (GLA) Trolley Pro. Photos:SUPPLIED

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THEY do not only deliver fast and efficient service, but they are also super-fast when it comes to pushing a trolley - whether it is to your vehicle or around the parking area for fun.

Represented by the 11E class, Pick ’n Pay rolled away as the winners of the 2017 Global Leadership Academy (GLA) Trolley Pro that was held at Fountains Mall in Jeffreys Bay on May 6. From the start it was clear that their supped-up ‘4x4 bakkie’ is a force to reckon with.

Jeffreys Bay Superspar cashed in on second place, while Top Trusses worked their way to a triumphed third place.

Summer Tree Civils, represented by the 8A class, climbed their way to the top and was named the Best Pit Stop and winner of the Best Trolley via SMA votes. The winning class receives a R1 000 voucher from Fountains Mall.

MEET THE WINNERS

Race winners

1. Pick ’n Pay

2. Spar Jeffreys Bay

3. Top Trusses

Best trolley via SMS vote

1. Summer Tree Civils

2. Slater’s Toy Magic

3. Top Trusses

Winning class

Grade 8 A

Businesses that competed are:

  • Summer Tree Civils represented by the 8A class
  • Build It represented by the 8F class
  • Ubuntu Bricks represented by the 8E class
  • Jock Dog Food represented by the 8N class
  • Renco Toilet Hire represented by the 9A class
  • True Technologies represented by the 9E class
  • Tampa Bay Spur represented by the 9N class
  • Woodlands Dairy represented by the 10A class
  • Fine and Country Properties represented by the 10E class
  • Fountains Mall represented by the 10N class
  • Spar Jeffreys Bay represented by the 11A class
  • Pick ’n Pay represented by the 11E class
  • Slater’s Toy Magic represented by the 12A class
  • Top Trusses represented by the 12E class.

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