Milviforce goes extra way to enhance client experience

Shannon Visagie, Tshepiso Phosa, Shanei Mostert, Delene van Straten and Divan de Lange at the opening of the new convenience store. (Photo supplied.)

Tshepiso Phosa a young, successful entrepreneur  from the Lowveld and owner of  Milviforce Puma N4 Nelspruit which she has been managing since 2015, has now gone the extra mile for the sake of enhanced customer satisfaction. Well versed in the petroleum industry with four years’ experience under her belt, this young entrepreneur  is self-driven, a hard worker at heart and leads her team by action and not words.

At the launch Tsepiso mentioned that they want the convenience store to be a one stop shop for people on the go.The shop has a fresh inviting look and has everything for freshly baked goods to a water refill station. Make sure to visit them soon and see your driving experience enhanced.

PLEASE NOTE: NewsHorn has published an article on this event in the issue of 29 November which is rectified herewith. Tshepiso Phosa is the sole owner of the this very busy and successful garage. As part of the well-known and much respected Phosa family, she is heavily involved in the community, making a difference in the lives of those she touches.