LRON supports battle against cancer

07 October 2019 | Society

The Land Rover Owners of Namibia (LRON) host a Battle of the Brands for Cancer event at the Tony Rust track on the outskirts of Windhoek on Saturday 26 October and they’re looking for support for this noble cause.
LRON was established in 2015 as a family-oriented non-profit club catering mainly for Land Rover owners. Their objectives include bringing together owners of Land Rovers, to promote and enjoy the product. The group arranges outings, trips, technical forums, related training and all other activities that would interest Land Rover owners. At the moment membership is close to 11- families across the country. That being said, they also accommodate other vehicle brands!
Since inception, LRON has been very active and not a month goes by without one or more activities taking place.
For info or to get involved with their Battle of the Brands for Cancer event, contact Erwin Tietz Jr at 081 141 3419 or [email protected]; or Olga Bisschoff on 081 234 6616.

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