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2015-08-04 06:01
Joe Klein (of TPDZ Media and Events), Arno Classen, Shahiem Bell (TPDZ Media and Events), Eugene Classen and Justin Classen enjoyed a charity blanket run on Sunday.

Joe Klein (of TPDZ Media and Events), Arno Classen, Shahiem Bell (TPDZ Media and Events), Eugene Classen and Justin Classen enjoyed a charity blanket run on Sunday.

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After months of planning – with hiccups along the way – a charity blanket run organised by TPDZ Media and Events this past weekend was a success.

The event, held at Athlone Stadium on Sunday, sported a big turnout with 104 blankets and R3290 in cash donated.

Gustav Serfontein says the event was a huge success.

“We received many donations and this will be distributed to various safehouses and shelters. We are grateful for the support received from one and all who attended,” Serfontein says.

Ward 49 councillor Suzette Little was present when the handover was done. She said she was delighted with the initiative.

“We definitely need more events like these to take place. I am very grateful for what has transpired here today. Thank you to each and every one for your support,” Little said.

Serfontein adds he is grateful for the efforts of sponsors such as Rameez Davids from RGR Graffix, who donated the entry stickers, Sechaba Security, which volunteered security services for the day, Dent Expert, which contributed to the day’s success, and Meguiar’s Car Care for the prize donation on the day.

After months of planning – with hiccups along the way – a charity blanket run organised by TPDZ Media and Events this past weekend was a success.

The event, held at Athlone Stadium on Sunday, sported a big turnout with 104 blankets and R3290 in cash donated.

Gustav Serfontein says the event was a huge success.

“We received many donations and this will be distributed to various safehouses and shelters. We are grateful for the support received from one and all who attended,” Serfontein says.

Ward 49 councillor Suzette Little was present when the handover was done. She said she was delighted with the initiative.

“We definitely need more events like these to take place. I am very grateful for what has transpired here today. Thank you to each and every one for your support,” Little said.

Serfontein adds he is grateful for the efforts of sponsors such as Rameez Davids from RGR Graffix, who donated the entry stickers, Sechaba Security, which volunteered security services for the day, Dent Expert, which contributed to the day’s success, and Meguiar’s Car Care for the prize donation on the day.

After months of planning – with hiccups along the way – a charity blanket run organised by TPDZ Media and Events this past weekend was a success.

The event, held at Athlone Stadium on Sunday, sported a big turnout with 104 blankets and R3290 in cash donated.

Gustav Serfontein says the event was a huge success.

“We received many donations and this will be distributed to various safehouses and shelters. We are grateful for the support received from one and all who attended,” Serfontein says.

Ward 49 councillor Suzette Little was present when the handover was done. She said she was delighted with the initiative.

“We definitely need more events like these to take place. I am very grateful for what has transpired here today. Thank you to each and every one for your support,” Little said.

Serfontein adds he is grateful for the efforts of sponsors such as Rameez Davids from RGR Graffix, who donated the entry stickers, Sechaba Security, which volunteered security services for the day, Dent Expert, which contributed to the day’s success, and Meguiar’s Car Care for the prize donation on the day.

After months of planning – with hiccups along the way – a charity blanket run organised by TPDZ Media and Events this past weekend was a success.

The event, held at Athlone Stadium on Sunday, sported a big turnout with 104 blankets and R3290 in cash donated.

Gustav Serfontein says the event was a huge success. “We received many donations and this will be distributed to various safehouses and shelters. We are grateful for the support received from one and all who attended,” Serfontein says.

Ward 49 councillor Suzette Little was present when the handover was done. She said she was delighted with the initiative.

“We definitely need more events like these to take place. I am very grateful for what has transpired here today. Thank you to each and every one for your support,” Little said.

Serfontein adds he is grateful for the efforts of sponsors such as Rameez Davids from RGR Graffix, who donated the entry stickers, Sechaba Security, which volunteered security services for the day, Dent Expert, which contributed to the day’s success, and Meguiar’s Car Care for the prize donation on the day.

After months of planning – with hiccups along the way – a charity blanket run organised by TPDZ Media and Events this past weekend was a success.

The event, held at Athlone Stadium on Sunday, sported a big turnout with 104 blankets and R3290 in cash donated.

Gustav Serfontein says the event was a huge success.

“We received many donations and this will be distributed to various safehouses and shelters. We are grateful for the support received from one and all who attended,” Serfontein says.

Ward 49 councillor Suzette Little was present when the handover was done. She said she was delighted with the initiative.

“We definitely need more events like these to take place. I am very grateful for what has transpired here today. Thank you to each and every one for your support,” Little said.

Serfontein adds he is grateful for the efforts of sponsors such as Rameez Davids from RGR Graffix, who donated the entry stickers, Sechaba Security, which volunteered security services for the day, Dent Expert, which contributed to the day’s success, and Meguiar’s Car Care for the prize donation on the day

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