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Tradie Auction Charity Event

By Alexander George

Ray White Darwin had the good fortune of partnering ​our annual ‘Little Ray of Giving’​ ​initiative ​with Variety NT last Christmas, so in​ light of the success​ we have decided to continue to support them and their contributions to the Darwin community​ in 2018​.

The Variety Bash is well known throughout Australia, a charity race through the outback w​here all contestant​s​ must compete using cars over 30 years old. This year we are helping to raise funds for one of the Northern Territory’s most infamous competitors, The Camel Car!

To support the team we have decided to auction the talents of some local tradespeople ​who will be offering up their​ time in their field​ services to the highest bidder.

If your in the need for any small jobs or maintenance around the house or garden, this is your opportunity and fix your property and give a little something back at the same time.

​* Please note this is time only, materials required not included.

Alternatively​ if your interesting in offering you​r valuable​ services ​and time up for auction please contact us on (08) 8982 2400. We will also be accepting regular donations as well, if you feel like making a contributions without bidding.

We will also be putting on a BBQ and Beverages so join us at 22 Stuart Highway, May 25th 2018 at 3:30pm. Come down and join our team and place​ your bid as these talented tradies offer up their services. The more bidd​s​ we get the more funds we can raise for this fantastic charity.

To register for the event please follow the link to our Facebook registry below.

For more information about the Camel car click the link below to visit their Facebook, find out more about Jimmy, his team and why supporting Variety means so much to them.

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