Mr Tint Port Elizabeth donates goodies to Animal Welfare Society
For the month of October, Port Elizabeth-based company, Mr Tint, ran with an initiative to support the Port Elizabeth Animal Welfare Society (AWS) where clients, who brought 8kg of dog food or supplies with them to get their window tinting done, received a 10% discount.
In the end, even residents, who were not in need of window tinting and still wished to participate in this initiative, brought in dog food or supplies. All participants were entered into a lucky draw where they stood the chance to win a wine and chocolate hamper.
They had a great response and on Tuesday, 1 November, handed over the following to Kathryn Schemelzer and Janine van Zyl from AWS:
- 20 x big bags of dog food;
- 3 x small bags of dog food;
- 1 x bag of dog treats;
- 6 x cans of tin food;
- 2 x blankets; and
- other donations to the value of R826.25
With the help of Kathryn, they also did the lucky draw and the winners will be contacted by Mr Tint shortly.
Mr Tint would like to thank all who participated in this initiative.
For all your vehicle, home and office tinting requirements or to get involved in the next initiative (watch this space), contact Mr Tint at 041 364 1151 / 063 294 9840.
To adopt from AWS, please contact Kathryn at 041 366 1660.
In the photos are Tracy and Leigh from Mr Tint as well as Kathryn and Janine from Animal Welfare Society
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