PLATINUM Stars, Absa Bank and North West FM have teamed up to host a celebrity car wash in raising funds for the Kutlwanong School for the Deaf on Saturday, 8 September 2012.
September is Deaf Awareness Month and the club and their partners will be pledging their shares to raise both awareness and funds needed for the Kutlwanong School for the Deaf, the only learning facility in the North West Province that caters for the hearing impaired.
The event will take place at the Tlhabane GRTC (old BP Garage) from 10am-6pm and cars will be washed by players and officials from Platinum Stars, Absa employees and DJs from North West FM.
It will only cost car owners R50, and they will stand the chances to win match tickets for the crunch Absa Premiership clash between Platinum Stars and Orlando Pirates at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on September 15.
On the day, one lucky car owner will also walk away with a complementary night stay at the Five-Star Royal Marang Hotel, and be treated to all the luxury that comes with that.
“The car wash is a part of our decision to highlight the Deaf Awareness Month in South Africa and we hope that people will come out in their numbers not only to get their cars washed, but to meet the Platinum Stars players and representatives from Absa and North West FM,” says Platinum Stars Supporters’ Co-coordinator & Media Relations head Aubrey Molobi.
“The Kutlwanong School for the Deaf does an excellent job of helping the hearing impaired in our communities to develop the skills to lead a fulfilling life despite their disability. This is one of a number of initiatives Platinum Stars have undertaken in the community and we continue with our promise to the people of
the North West that we will be active in helping to uplift the lives of our citizens where we can.”