Beware the summer rush. Order your PaddleYaks now. (14/8/2019)
Whilst South Africans are still in a state of winter hibernation, local factories and retail outlets are feverishly preparing for the end of year rush. The election and Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency [as well as the Boks beating the All Blacks, Wallabies and Pumas to clinch the Southern Hemisphere’s Rugby Championship for the first time] have brought an upturn in optimism in the country, despite a great deal still having to be done. If last year’s festive season is something to go by, retail action will be brutal as people wait till the last moments to buy those long-awaited gifts, and rewards, for the year’s efforts. Products like PaddleYak Kayaks which are produced upon order must be ordered well in advance of the season. PaddleYak SA in Knysna has been kept to the wheel the whole year so it has advised customers hoping to obtain PaddleYak Kayaks this year still, to place their orders soon, indeed, right now. It is expected that various suppliers will be closing earlier than usual this year, making it difficult or impossible to obtain the materials and parts needed to manufacture craft suddenly at the end of the year, leading to exasperating waiting lists. Currently PaddleYak SA is offering a Pre-Summer Discount [ending end of August 2019], so all in all a good time to order. For enquiries and orders: Email firstname.lastname@example.org , ph 0825562520 or see www.paddleyak.co.za or see on Facebook and Instagram.
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