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Win free hearing aids from Hear Well Be Well

October 27, 2017   ·   0 Comments

Mayor Allan Thompson was on hand at a recent open house at Hear Well Be Well in Bolton, with Regional Education Leader Nancy Robinson, Hearing Instrument Specialist Alysia Cutting and Office Manager Dianna McAlpine.
Photo by Bill Rea

By Bill Rea
Hear Well Be Well, which operates out of the Goodfellow Professional Centre on McEwan Drive in Bolton, is running a contest in October, with the prize being free hearing aids.
Nancy Robinson, regional education leader at the clinic, said they have partnered with Beltone, which makes high-quality hearing devices, for the contest. The result, she said, is some local person will be getting the gift of hearing for free, as she added the hearing aids given away will be the best that money can buy.
Hearing aids can cost between $2,000 and $9,000.
“It’s an amazing gift,” she declared.
People can book a free hearing assessment during October, and that will get them entered into the draw, which will take place sometime in November. To be entered, one has to be at least 19 years of age and have a confirmed hearing loss.
Robinson added the draw will be random, since no one person is any more or less deserving.
“We’re looking forward to giving back to the Bolton community,” she added.
Hearing assessments can be booked by calling 905-857-0022.



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