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Monday, 23 May 2016 11:09

The Cape Leopard Trust Appointed ABSA Cape Epic Official Charity

The Cape Leopard Trust Appointed ABSA Cape Epic Official Charity

We are thrilled to announce that The Cape Leopard Trust has secured a three year partnership with the ABSA Cape Epic.

Four official charities will be aligned to the event for the next three years, and as well as the Trust include Anna Foundation, Qhubeka and Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.

The ABSA Cape Epic, known as the ‘untamed African MTB race’, attracts the top competitive riders from around the globe as well as amateurs to test their strength and endurance over eight days, working with each other and with the elements cycling across Cape leopard territory. It is a privilege to have this opportunity to raise awareness of leopard conservation linked to a strong brand with a network of established partnerships.

This means of course we have some entries to sell at the local South African rate, which will offer a considerable saving on the new Dollar based international entry fee.

For more information contact Helen on 076 522 1201 or contact@capeleopard.org.za.

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