It’s all about giving back at Bargain Xpress

2017-04-06 06:03

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THREE stores, three cars and tons of prizes and vouchers were given away at the three Bargain Xpress branches this month.

Bargain Xpress has proved over the recent weeks that they are not just big on bargains but big on giving back to the community too.

Loyal shopper YG Ghebreyohannes drove away in the first Kia Picanto at the Manaba branch.

Ghebreyohannes owns a mini- supermarket­ in Margate, but prefers shopping at Bargain Xpress because of their low prices and friendly staff.

Nohlanhla Ngcobo was the lucky customer who won the second car at the Izingolweni store.

For the grand finale and third car giveaway, DJ S’bu made a special appearance at the Port Shepstone branch where Zodwa Cele’s dream came true of owning a car.

She said she prayed every day that she would win the car and her prayers were answered.

DJ S’bu had the crowd going while he handed out Mofaya energy drinks and took selfies with fans.

All the excitement to the build up of the car give away at all events was rendered by Durban comedian and emcee, Muthu Murugan.

Murugan and his singers have always been more than a crowd pleaser at all Bargain Xpress events. So what does the Bargain Group achieve from these car giveaways, you ask? The answer is absolutely nothing.

It is their way of giving back to the community and thanking their loyal shoppers for their continued support.

To enter Bargain Xpress’s numerous competitions, watch the press for details.

You too could be a winner of some fantastic prizes.

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