Bargain Wholesalers holds first golf day advertorial

2016-04-28 06:00
PHOTO: candyce krishna  Yacoob Moosa of Bargain Wholesalers (third, left), congratulates fourth position winners (from left) Azith Ranjith, Gary Spencer, Trevor Osborn and Brennan Hardie from Nestlé.

PHOTO: candyce krishna Yacoob Moosa of Bargain Wholesalers (third, left), congratulates fourth position winners (from left) Azith Ranjith, Gary Spencer, Trevor Osborn and Brennan Hardie from Nestlé.

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SUPPLIERS felt like royalty last Thursday when they were treated to a round of golf at San Lameer at Bargain Wholesalers first Suppliers’ Golf Day.

The day started with breakfast, followed by registration and then it was off to the green to see who has the best golfing skills.

Donned in their Bargain Wholesalers branded golf shirts and caps, 70 players participated. Not only did they receive shirt and caps, they also had professional photos taken at a photo booth, which were printed and given to each team by the end of the day.

Muthu Murugan, comedian and emcee, was master of ceremonies and made mention of the strong working relationship Bargains has with its suppliers.

Some said they go back over 30 years and look forward to many more. While presenting prizes, it was evident that every player had a great time and looked forward to the next golf day.

“This event is an opportunity to strengthen the existing relationship between us and our suppliers. Due to its success, we would like to see it become an annual event,” said Hishaam Moosa, junior director of the wholesaler.

“We are grateful for their loyalty and look forward to working together for many years to come. Thank you to all who participated and made this a day a success,” he added.

The event ended with a prize giving where winners walked away with product hampers, electronics and cash, which was followed by dinner.

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