Quinten Jones, from our joint venture operation at Barrons VW Bluff, Durban, was hit by Cupid’s dart in a fitting environment — playing darts…
Quinten and glowing Samantha taking their wedding vows in Queensburgh Methodist Church.
Quinten met the love of his life Samantha, when they were playing darts and now both enjoy membership playing for the same team in the Durban West Darts Association. The happy couple were married on the 6th of March 2021 at Queensburgh Methodist Church and spent their honeymoon at Castleburn Resort in the Southern Drakensburg.
Congratulations to both of you, may you have many blissful years together
Our Asibambisane initiative is an on-going programme aimed at uplifting the communities in which we work, adding value to the lives of their members through whatever means possible.
Recently, our Dunlop Zone Empangeni branch saw a beneficiary opportunity for the non profit organisation, Lifeline Zululand, which serves as a key resource in facilitating the emotional wellness of individuals, as well as contributing to communities through their skills development initiatives. The branch offered free tyre fitting, balancing as well as alignment services for the organisation’s two vehicles and our supplier Dunlop donated the tyres.
Youth development rugby club is kitted out for action!
The Siripat Lions Rugby Club are delighted with the recent kit donation from Super Tyres. Dean Horn, Super Tyres Managing Director says, “We are proud to have assisted the Siripat Lions Rugby Club who are doing a fantastic job in terms of promoting the game, as well as promoting social cohesion among the youth of Reservoir Hills, Clare Estate and surrounding communities.” Club Chairman, Deon Naicker explains that their aim is to use the game of rugby as a vehicle to mentor the youth and instil social values whilst growing the game itself in a community which was historically denied the opportunity. The work of the Siripat Lions extends beyond the rugby field as they also encourage the youth to adopt healthy mindsets and lifestyles. Naicker explains, “Other than life orientation skills, we instill a sense of teamwork and camaraderie which is vital in young men of this age. Our broader aim is to create avenues of opportunity for the youth who would possibly be drawn into unsavoury activities. We also encourage a culture of social cohesion in the community between youth from different backgrounds. We are so grateful to Super Tyres for generously supporting us by donating rugby shirts and shorts,” he adds.
All work and no play makes for a really dull working environment and we are ANYTHING but dull — right?
At Super Tyres our hard work is balanced with play, a time to get to know our colleagues better and to also have some good old-fashioned FUN, one of our prime values! This past quarter we managed to squeeze