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Go Sharks!

 


 

Tower Investments is the proud new owner of the first CELL C Sharks shirt to be autographed by our very own Sharks players Pat Lambie, Frans Steyn, Bismarck Du Plessis and Willem Alberts . At A CELL C breakfast, Director of Tower Investments, Michael Graham received this invaluable possession and now this Sharks Memorabelia hangs proudly in our office board room.

 

Best of luck Sharks for this 2014 season!

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