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Find It For Me’s Dolphin Coast 500 Community Initiative

Limited to JUST 500 Dolphin Coast Professionals, Businesses or Community Organisations (normal pricing applicable to Dolphin Coast organisations in excess of 500 listings and non-Dolphin Coast organisations)…

List – Sponsor – Win
  1. Your own online digital advertising directory page for life.
  2. You named as sponsor for a caregiver, ancillary nurse, nurse etc; to receive a free day of specialised care awareness training.
  3. Stand a 1 in 500 chance to win R10’000 to use for any good cause as you see fit.

All for ONLY R500, nothing to pay ever again.

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Directory Price Plans

Great value introductory price plan offers to best suite your budget. Simple once-off listing fee payments, no hidden costs or gimmicks.

12 Months


LESS THAN R20 per month.

Duration: 365 Days
2 categories
2 tags
1 location
2 Photos
Contact Form
Lifetime Listing


BEST VALUE – Nothing to Pay Ever Again.

Duration: Unlimited
10 categories
10 tags
Unlimited locations
10 Photos
Contact Form

Easy Listing Process

Choose Your Plan => Register Your New Account => Complete Your Listing Form => Add To Cart and Make Payment => Receive Your Listing Approval within 24-48 Hours.

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