Home' The Leader Newspaper : The Leader - January 14th 2015 Contents 36 - “The Leader”, Wednesday, January 14, 2015
53 Railway Tce, Nuriootpa
In stock at
For over 17 years there has been a Barossa
Betta Home Living operating successfully and
professionally at Nuriootpa.
Manager, Mr Richard Inwood, says, “Our team
has a long heritage of exceptional service matched
with a depth of product experience that is just not
found in other businesses that operate in the usual
fast-paced world of electronics.
“With over 76 years of retail experience within
the Betta team, our product knowledge is second
“It’s important that the community know that
the Barossa Betta Home Living store continues to
provide excellent customer service and an extensive
Mr Inwood states “With over 3,000 products on
the shop floor, our range is even greater than some
city and most regional stores.
“In addition, our product range is determined
in response to our customers’ needs, not by a
centralised buyer in Sydney which is how many
other electrical stores operate.”
Mr Inwood also points out that the Betta
store has always offered a rental service using
the exact same rental product as competitors so
anyone looking to rent an item can simply do so
at the Barossa Betta Home Living store and enjoy
local, experienced, on-going customer service and
warranty support as and if needed.
“Our store has recently undergone a “face-lift”
with new paint in sections of the store and a fresh,
bright new look around our TV section.
“Our team continually looks for new products
and new ways to bring innovative, energy efficient
and the latest technology to our store, meaning that
our community can enjoy shopping locally, save
time and money while keeping our local economy
strong and assisting us in creating even more local
Mr Inwood was also keen to let the public know
that the Barossa Betta Home Living Store has a
$500 Betta gift card competition running
at the moment which is free for all to
enter with the winner announced in
The Leader in early April – simply visit www.
barossa.coop/bettawin to enter.
Barossa BETTA Home Living
proudly continues on
“Your Betta Concierge....for personal service”
Barossa Betta Home Living are constantly
looking for ways to enhance their customer service
and today, Mr. Inwood has announced that Barossa
Betta Home Living will now offer “Your Betta
The traditional role of a “concierge” is to assist
or take care of people, which is exactly what the
Betta team is all about.
Mr. Inwood explained that this extended service
will offer customers the option to have one of their
specialist sales people personally visit homes or
businesses at no cost.
“No other electrical retailer offers such a service
and we are proud to initiate this service across
“The Betta Concierge is customer service taken
to the next level”, said Mr Inwood.
Mr. Inwood said, “This service will benefit
people who are time poor, perhaps physically
incapacitated, or who want someone to
visit their home or business just to ensure
that the product(s) will fit and accurately meet
their needs for the long-term”.
Businesses are likely to value this service as
their product needs can be quite particular, given
the rigors of commercial work and to this end.
Mr. Inwood states that a special range of products
will be offered that have extended warranties
which are purpose designed for commercial
The mix of business likely to welcome and make
use of this new service is quite long said Mr Inwood,
Sales supervisor, Mr Anthony Mickan
with the wide range of products to rent
or buy available at Betta Home Living,
ON THE LAND
including wineries, hospitals, schools, restaurants
and many other small businesses.
To have a Betta Concierge specialist visit your
home or business, please call 08 8568 6008.
MT PLEASANT MARKET
Landmark, Mt Pleasant
(08) 8568 2201
Including: 160 Polwarth M/A E, Oct shn, Depast w/- BL
Ram since 5/11, (Dispersal). 20 W/Dorper E, 1.5yr,
Karyngal Bld, Depast w/- W/Dorper Ram to lamb end Jan.
11 M/Grey Clvs 9mnths, 20 M/Grey X Clvs 9-11mnths,
4 M/Grey Cows W/- caf, 11 M/Grey X Strs & Hfrs, 1
Belted Galloway Bull 2.5yr, 10 AA & RA X Cows w/- caf.
CATTLE & CALVES SHEEP & LAMBS
Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 at 1p.m.
All Cattle and Sheep NVD’S & Animal Health Statements
for Sheep, to be handed to office staff prior to sale.
ALL LIVESTOCK MUST BE BOOKED IN
Mt Pleasant (08) 8568 2201
Featuring Angus, Murray Grey and Poll Hereford Calves.
Further entries invited and recommended.
Commencing at 1pm at Mt Pleasant Saleyards
Friday, January 30, 2015
ANNUAL WEANER CATTLE SALE
Thank you to everyone
who continues to stand
with us as we reach out
to the village community
members in Lichinga,
especially the gorgeous
Helena’s new home at
In the middle of last year our
in-country partner Ana Fernandes
called for support to build a home
for Helena Tender, a widow with six
children to raise.
Our team in Australia decided,
after prayerful consideration and
guidance, to pledge support to Ana
to make this happen.
News was received mid November
that Helena’s new home was nearly
complete, just in time before the
monsoon rains hit the region for
the wet season. Praise God!
Ana is now on a well-earned break
over the school holiday period and
we look forward to receiving more
details of the completed building
when she returns.
CECAVI School news from
Sonia writes: “We have about 220
children in the school, with the age
range of 3-12 years.
“It is a challenging work. Our
social and economic context is quite
uneven and my motivation to work
in discipleship of these children is
to believe that God is raising up a
new generation who knows Him and
Sonia went on to say that the end
of the year brought with it some
“very intense days, with hard work”.
Many special events are held to
celebrate the children’s and teachers’
achievements in such a challenging
Teacher’s Day, with a
that it is very important
to honour the teachers,
and two graduation
ceremonies were held
in November, one for
pre-school children and
one for children from
CECAVI is a ‘shining
light’ in the midst of
opportunities in Lichinga.
Together, as a staff, they face
many hurdles when delivering a
sound academic curriculum and a
safe place for children to learn and
grow... but these challenges are met
head on with an open door, an open
heart, educated minds and 100%
faith that God will provide all that
is needed to all those who attend.
CECAVI is a testimony of ‘faith
in action’ and we are privileged
to stand alongside the dedicated
workers in the field.
Lichinga Secondary School
Funds raised in 2014 will be
held in trust awaiting further
development of this project.
We pray for our in-country
partners that they will soon be
able to commence construction upon
return to Lichinga, following their
recent visit to the US, rallying more
Brother Bacar, from the village
community of Utumuile, recently
graduated from the YWAM
Discipleship Training School,
These schools are held annually
all over the world training workers
in the way they should go.
We have known Bacar for many
years, as our relationship with
the village community church of
Utumuile has grown.
Sponsor a child
Through your child sponsorship
you will be providing ongoing
support for the day to day needs
of all the children at the CECAVI
Primary School. This includes freshly
prepared daily meals, school books,
uniforms, learning opportunities...
a changed life!
Contact Vicki Rochow,
Sponsorship Coordinator for more
com or phone 0419 850 184. You
can also visit the website www.
thechildsplace.com.au for further
By Annette Blackett
Dave and Annette Blackett
The Child’s Place (Aust.) Fund Lichinga Mozambique
Land for a new Secondary/Vocational School in Lichinga.
Helena by the foundations
of her new home.
Sonia, staff and children at CECAVI
School appreciate all support.
Sonia with proud
Pre-school students deep in prayer
at their graduation ceremony.
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