Nelson Leader : August 22nd 2013
10 THE NELSON LEADER, AUGUST 22, 2013 NEWS Ask Stacey Nichols today for more information. 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 Houston Prestige 153 Rutherford Street, Nelson 7010, Tel: (03) 548 8204, www.houstonmotors.co.nz 1/4, 1/4, 1/4, 1/4 Take one of these A-Class demonstrators home today and pay only a quarter now. ^ ^ Offer available for the demonstrator A-Class vehicles advertised, three units available only. 1/4 of the purchase price payable as deposit upon vehicle delivery followed by 1/4 payable 12, 24 and 36 months after delivery, respectively. Interest rate 0%. Standard Mercedes- Benz Financial Services New Zealand Limited credit assessment and lending criteria apply. Mercedes-Benz Financial Services New Zealand Limited documentation and PPSR fees of $370 are included. See our Business Manager for full terms and conditions. 5556256AA C C Ch h ho o oiiic c ce e e New set of wheels for community group New wheels: The Car Company's Belinda Koloamatangi hands the keys to a new Honda to Kinda Douglas of Victory Community Health. The Car Company's manager Damien Taylor, left, and Victory Community Health's Gareth Cashin and Penny Molnar watch. Photo: SALLY KIDSON Victory Community Health are excited at the opportunities having a bigger newer car will open for the organisation. The organisation, based in the Victory Community Centre, have used a well-used Toyota that was the old family car of Be Well community nurse Penny Molnar for more than six years. That car was fast heading towards its use by date. The organisation now has a seven seater Honda Stream after winning a $10,000 Charity Drive run by The Car Company. They won the event in June and last week were presented with the keys to the newly sign written car. Centre director Kindra Douglas said the new car would be used in a number of different ways. Penny used the old car to pick up children and take them to school, and she sometimes took people to appointments. The centre s programme and facilities manager Gareth Cashin would use it to cart around equipment to set up the different activities he ran. Having more space in the car would be fantastic. Kindra said the car could also be used for work on the community gardens. She was looking forward to the centre having an on-going relationship with The Car Company. It s a complete break through for us. It s fantastic news it just feels really generous and the beginning of something for our community. The Car Company s manager Damien Taylor said it had been easy to pick out Victory Community Health as the winner of the Charity Drive as they stood out as doing a fantastic job in the community. He said the organisation did amazing work in an area of Nelson that was not as affable as some other areas. Damien said the company had been blown away by all the different groups that applied for funding and had been so impressed by all the good work that went un-noticed in the Nelson community. Lockon Towbars and Century Batteries had also donated items to the car and The Sign Man had done the sign writing on the car at cost. The Charity Drive was supported by The Leader and Nelson's MoreFM.
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