Buy South African Kayaks in South Africa. (29/8/2020)
With Covid playing havoc with economies worldwide it has become imperative for South Africans to buy South Africa products made in South Africa. In 1994 a mad scramble by dealers to acquire permits for importing cheap goods from overseas devastated local industries, local skills and local jobs, but as warned then by many, the import bubble couldn't last. The de-valuation of the ZAR and the increased costs of shipping and duties are making overseas purchases less and less attractive, or commercially viable. Fortunately a few innovative South African companies have held out and continue to offer locals world class products, like PaddleYak Kayaks, made in South Africa for the world. Locals and overseas customers can still avail themselves of PaddleYak's creative and winning designs, Indeed, the company has a number of new designs to add to their fleet in 2020, all arising out of the ashes of Covid and no mean achievement. Now, more than ever, South Africans should choose South African goods as a matter of choice and pride. Take nothing for granted; support local businesses and help them help you. Let your first, or next, kayak be a PaddleYak. Proudly made in South Africa for the world. See www.paddleyak.co.za , email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0825562520.
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