Amanzimtoti CBD charity fund day to aid Operation Bobbi Bear

An automotive charity fun day to benefit Operation Bobbi Bear will be held in the Amanzimtoti CBD parking area on Saturday, 25 November.

The event, hosted by Untamed 4×4 Accessories, Motorcycles and Freight, takes place on the riverside opposite the shop’s main entrance.

It starts at 9am, with setup by 8.30am and will close at 4pm, with breakdown by 4.30pm.

“We invite all companies to participate in this event, as it’s a great opportunity to market your business and also support our local charity organisation, Bobbi Bear,” said Untamed CEO, Divan Smit.

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The event will include a track for quad bikes, a jumping castle for the little ones, food and beverage on sale, dealerships and Untamed suppliers.

“This is an event for the whole family and also great exposure for your business. All proceeds from this event will go to Bobbi Bear.”

Operation Bobbi Bear is a non-profit organisation that relies on donations from the community and companies to enable them to continue the valuable work they do for raped and sexually-abused children. Bobbi Bear exists to rescue, represent and reintegrate sexually-abused children, minimise their risk of HIV/Aids and help them towards wholeness.

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For more information on the fun day, call Untamed 4×4 Accessories on 031-903-2534 or email [email protected]

 

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