Hospice bed giveaway – winners announced

Mega Couch & Mattress, in partnership with Dynapedic Beds, gave away two beds to the value of R11 000 through a raffle in aid of Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services. The winners were announced on Friday 26 May 2017 – Debi Dare from Alberton won the double bed, whilst Shannon Waters from Alberton won the single bed.

Stepping Stone Hospice launched a competition in-house to reward the employee who sold the most raffle tickets. Auxiliary nurse, Amelia Sithole, was the happy recipient of the prize money.

Here with CEO Tersia Burger are Amelia, Emil Gouws (director Dynapedic Beds) and Anna Ruiter (director Dynapedics Beds).

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