Cancer treatment foundation's charity reflectors now on sale!

You can now buy the cancer treatment foundation's charity reflectors from Selver, Prisma, Rimi Hypermarket and Stockmann stores and Circle K stations that serve as double life-savers – they make you visible in the dark, thus saving your life, and buying them gives extra days for cancer patients. Plus, carrying a reflector is mandatory and can result in a fine should you not have it. A reflector costs €1.99 and all proceeds go to the cancer treatment foundation.

We also appreciate the assistance of DPD Estonia courier company and Kaupmees & KO trading company, which help us distribute reflectors to sales points all over Estonia. 

You can also order reflectors from us as Christmas gifts, by contacting us at info@kingitudelu.ee.

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