Kyknets Safari Competition Winner

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Kyknets Safari Competition Winner

If you followed the exciting fifth series of KykNets Safari 4x4 Roetes competition run from January 2 to March 26


If you followed the exciting fifth series of KykNets Safari 4x4 Roetes competition run from January 2 to March 26, 2012 – or even entered the competition – you’ll be anxious to know we have a lucky winner of the Jurgens XT140 4x4 off-road trailer which was also fully kitted-out with a T-top tent and additional accessories all worth R 72 000.00.

Jurgens Safari Trailers is delighted to announce that the winner of this terrific prize was Mr Johan Bekker of Krugersdorp who is now raring to discover more of his country. In addition, five viewers received a gift voucher from Safari Centre to the value of R500 each.

The competition, presented by Andre de Villiers, 4x4 guru and the Managing Director of Safari Centre 4x4 stores, who towed a Jurgens XT140 4x4 off-road trailer, kept viewers glued as he visited intriguing and interesting destinations.

Of the 13 episodes 12 covered visits to Riverbend (North-West Province), Karee Krans (Rustenburg area), Thaba Moia (Waterberg), Rametsi (between Swartruggens & Groot Marico), Thaba Monate (Bela-Bela area), Lekoa Lodge (Freestate), Riverwild (Sudwala Caves), Hamilton Parks  (Hazyview), Luvuvhu (Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park), Leeuwenbosch (Touwsrivier), RivierSonderEnd  (Overberg, Western Cape), and Groot Toren (McGregor).

The 13th episode showcased highlights of all the destinations and how well the Jurgens XT140 4x4 off-road trailer performed for the duration of the visits.

The Jurgens Safari trailer range makes it possible to enjoy even the most challenging parts of Africa’s great off-road in true style. No matter which extreme sports you’re engaged in, you can now take all your gear and all the comforts of home along with you when venturing into the wild.

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