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Big Save supermarket gives back through Moagisani Campaign

| Social Responsibility

Nonceba Tshando was the first winner this past Saturday of Big Save's new initiative to give back called Big Save Moagisani. Tshando was delighted to welcome the team from Big Save Evaton to her home, including the Store Manager, who delivered R2000 worth of various groceries and helped pack full her cupboards and fridge.

Tshando has been a loyal shopper at Big Save since it opened its doors in Evaton in December 2014. "Big Save’s prices are always cheaper there. I always go after work to buy all my items like washing powder, veggies, niknaks for the children, peanut butter, jam, potatoes, Russians etc and their tripe is always tasty and very clean.”

Tony Ferreira, Big Save Operations Director is behind launching this initiative. “We believe we play an important role in our communities by giving our shoppers the best prices so their money goes further to live the good life!  This has been our vision since we started 20 years ago with the slogan Good Life! and this initiative is another way to show this.

By launching Big Save Moagisani, we endeavor to be an even better neighbour in our communities and help one shopper a month win groceries. Moagisani means neighbour in Setswana and we want to have all the qualities of a good, caring neighbour.

The monthly competition is open to all Big Save's Facebook fans, as social media is growing in popularity. Shoppers like Tshando use the Facebook page to view the specials and keep up to date on Big Save’s prices, specials, competitions and new campaigns.

Tshando was very thankful and their family waved the team good buy. “Thank you Big Save, I feel like Christmas has come early.”

March’s Big Save competition will open on the 13th March until the 15th March. For more information, visit Big Save’s Facebook page or website

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