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Charity House 2019 Supported by Vision

Friday, 13 December 2019

Otago nonprofits will benefit to the tune of $100,000 after the recent auction of Otago Polytechnic’s 2019 charity house – with Vision a proud supporter of the project. Our team installed an audio-visual system worth more than $7,500 in the charity home free of charge.

The home sold for $255,000 at auction and will become farm worker accommodation.

Part of the proceeds were donated to United Way which distributes funds to local charities.

The lucky occupants of the home will be able to watch their favourite movies or listen to their chosen music on a 55” Panasonic 4K wall-mounted smart television on a Yamaha 5.1 home theatre unit boasting five Speakercraft directional in-ceiling speakers. The Yamaha powered subwoofer and Panasonic Bluray DVD player are housed in a stylish OMP electronics rack.

Many might think that was enough but we didn’t stop there! We also set up a Digital Distribution Amplifier for the future aerial system, and cabled and connected a data outlet in the study/fourth bedroom which futureproofs the house against technology innovations to come.

The house was purchased by Rosie Cowley, Cody Cowley and Alan Scurr who were delighted by the way it had been fitted out with a full range of appliances and the sound system.

This is the 7th year Vision has supported the Otago Polytechnic charity house project and managing director Glen Stapley says, “Giving back to the community is important to us and our support of this project enables us to help a number of local charities provide services to those who need them.”

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