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18 May 2014

It is always nice when someone walks past your exhibition booth at an expo and goes 'Oh I know Magnetic Storm and what they do'.  Though also good when you are able to educate and create more awareness for a further audience reach.

This being the purpose of the Eastern Cape Small Business Network Expo we exhibited at this past week.  New relationships being developed with so much interaction while having fun too!

Magnetic Storm showcasing Digital Signage and our conference venue The Paragon.

 

It is now time also to announce the winners of some prizes we had up for grabs at our booth!

 

1st prize:     Venue hire at our conference venue The Paragon for 15, full day package, tea, coffee, snacks.

                   *Subject to availability & only during weekdays

                   *Terms & conditions apply

2nd,3rd & 4th prize:  Lovely black leather Magnetic Storm A5 folder incl note pad, pen & flash drive.

Our 1ST PRIZE WINNER is... PricewaterhouseCoopers (Contact: Farah Davids)

2ND, 3RD & 4TH PRIZE WINNERS... GWM (Contact: Yazeed Sirkotte); ABSA (Contact: Gcinashe Vanbe); The Hope Factory (Contact: Coenraad Swart)

CONGRATULATIONS Winners!  We will be contacting you shortly!

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