Engo Bloemfontein recently welcomed two new ambassadors, Annette Kasselman and Caroline-Grace Brüssouw, to its team.
Kasselman is a familiar face in Bloemfontein. She is not only known as a former Mrs South Africa and Mrs Worldwide but also a very successful co-franchisee of RealNet Bloemfontein. She is married to Chris and together they have two children, Leysa and Tokkie. She has always had a passion for helping others and has been involved in charity work from a young age. With her positive outlook on life, her humble attitude and her open heart, Kasselman said: “I praise God for blessing me with everything I have – a family to care for and love, a job, and my health! I’m truly not perfect, but perfectly real, made by a perfect God.
“It’s always been my passion to help others, to give hope and to give rather than to receive. It is an incredible honor and privilege for me to be an ambassador for such a worthwhile organisation as Engo,” she added.
As Bloemfontein’s beautiful star in the popular TV music competition, The Voice, Caroline-Grace Brüssow needs no introduction. She started her creative life as a dancer where she took part in all of Eunice School’s big annual musical productions. After school she studied Law, completed her degree at the University of the Free State and did her clerkship at the High Court in Bloemfontein. She married Springbok rugby player, Heinrich Brüssow, in 2013 and is currently living between Bloemfontein and Japan where Heinrich is playing for the NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes in Osaka.
Nicolene du Toit, marketing manager of Engo, said that the organisation is proud to welcome these two ladies into the Engo family.