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Burger wins FIAT 500

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Arlien Burger was announced as winner of the ‘WIN A FIAT 500’ competition, hosted by WesBank in partnership with Spes Bona on 14 February 2012. The competition was launched in November last year. To enter the competition, customers could test drive any vehicle from the Spes Bona Motor Company in order to score points.  Picture: (left to right) Madri Frewer, marketing manager of FNB, Pieter Senekal and Esther Senekal from Spes Bona Motor Company with Arlien Burger (Photograph contributed)

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