Trellidor believes in what SHOUT stands for, so we’re giving away loads of their music CD’s!
31 March 2012
SHOUT is an NGO that raises funds to help fight crime. They do this through musical collaborations with top names in the SA music industry, who lend their voices to produce magical CD’s. Read more to find out how to get your hands on one...
SHOUT for a safer South Africa was started by musician Danny K and kwaito star Kabelo Mabalane after the murder of music legend Lucky Dube. Their objective is to raise funds to support projects that help prevent crime in our country, and one of the ways they do that is to collaborate with top musicians to produce incredible songs for the public to buy.
Their first one was Tears for Fears’ ‘Shout’, which was a huge success. Their new single is John Farnham’s “You’re the Voice” and they have an unbelievable line-up of singers and musicians from all genres, and a guest appearance by Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The movement doesn’t only put out down-loadable hit singles like these. They also produce full CD’s of songs contributed by well known artists such as Prime Circle, Watershed, Goodluck, The Parlotones, Flash Republic, Danny K, Kabelo, Kurt Darren and Steve Hofmeyr, amongst many others. The proceeds of sales go towards SHOUT’s fundraising efforts.
Trellidor has 100 of these CD’s in English and Afrikaans to giveaway, ten a week over the next 10 weeks. It’s easy to put yourself in line to win one of these fantastic CD’s: simply ‘Like’ our page on Facebook.
We’ll announce the winners on our facebook page every week from 9th April, and hand-deliver the CD to you.
Good luck! We know you’ll love the CD. We do!
Please note: This giveaway is not open to Trellidor staff, franchisees and their staff or immediate family.