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Beltone launches Better Hearing Giveaway

Beltone Carolina/Virginia recently announced that it launched its 2nd Annual Better Hearing Giveaway on Nov. 1. This year’s month-long event will give one person a free pair of top-of-the-line premier hearing aids.

This year, Beltone will give one person in the Richmond, Charlotte and Jacksonville/Wilmington areas a free pair of the top-of-the-line premier hearing aids.

The winner will receive a complete audiometric hearing evaluation to determine the optimal hearing aid solution based on the nature of the individual’s hearing loss, and all service and adjustments of the hearing aids will be provided free of charge for the life of the hearing aids.

“This is one of my favorite events,” said Michael Andreozzi, CEO of Beltone Hearing Aid Centers. “It gives us a chance to give back to our local communities and to give the ultimate gift — the gift of hearing.”

The Beltone Better Hearing Giveaway is an entry type contest where participants can submit their story or the story of a loved one that is deserving of hearing aids but simply cannot afford them. Interested participants should log onto http://www.beltonecvbetterhearinggiveaway.com/ to submit their story of no less than 200 words from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30.

Participants can also email their story to Giveaway@BeltoneCarolina.com or send in their story to Beltone Hearing Aid Centers, 931 Jefferson Boulevard, Suite 2001, Warwick, RI  02886 – Attn:  Better Hearing Giveaway.

The winner will be selected by the end of Dec. 15 and will receive their hearing aids by Jan. 31.

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