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Better Hearing Event is Being Hosted By a Manitoban Health Centre

February 13th, 14th, and 15th, a better hearing event is being hosted at Beltone Hearing Aid Centre on Pembina Highway. The event will have many experts and specialists; Andrew Kissinger, a Beltone Hearing Aid Expert, will be attending.

The centre will provide many free services during the event’s three days. They will perform a full hearing test and evaluation, a video ear scan. They will be providing a complimentary cleaning service for the hearing aids if the visitor has any, and the service will check them with no need to pay a penny.

The centre will give its visitor the ability and the amazing experience of trying the newest Beltone digital hearing technology. The event will also have a massive sale of hearing aids, upwards of $3,000 off a pair.

“This is a very good thing for all the people in the neighbourhood. I could go and get a free hearing checkup for all of my family members, which is a great opportunity. I think I will be booking my appointment,” said a Manitoban.

The people interested in this event should be very quick to book their appointments because, as the Beltone Hearing Aid Centre said, “Appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and there is no cost for these services.”

Manitobans should go to the event, especially ones that struggle with hearing and ears in general. The centre has many casual and functional devices and technology that might aid many Manitobans in their hearing struggles. The technology they have is impressive, and it can be customized to the person’s liking.

– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

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