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Increda-peg

At a Christmas market I attended last year I noticed this incredible business that was selling a product called an Increda-peg.  I was so interested in what they were offering, & the whole idea behind this business model.  And then I saw them popping up in more places, & I saw the need for such a design.  So I knew that it was time to reach out, learn more & let you in on their little secret…


Your name: Margie Potgieter

Business name: Increda-Peg

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Social media handles: Facebook, Instagram & Website

Tell me a bit more about what you do: We make Increda-peg, which is not just a peg.  These multifunctional pegs will change your life!

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What makes Increda-pegs so special: It’s a product of South Africa made from 100% recycled plastic creating jobs and preventing pollution locally. It is also springless, no rust and does not break. Also has a hook function making it multi-functional.

What are some of the uses of these pegs:

  • Washing peg creating more space on your line.
  • Camping, it pinches itself on the guy ropes allowing you to hang many things.
  • Agriculture, pinches on the dripper lines guiding the plants.
  • Can be used in a wardrobe creating space for scarves, ties, caps costumes etc.
  • Cable management, running cables, x-mas lights, like a reusable cable tie.

Why do you think more people should be using them: It is a product of South Africa, well priced at R1.00 per peg and are multi-functional. Increda-Peg creates local jobs and prevents pollution. It is a multi-functional peg.

Where can people buy theirs from: It is sold on weekend market country wide, markets are advertised on our social media pages. We also have an online store.

Who would benefit from using these pegs: Everyone will find a use one way or another for the peg.

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Why do you encourage people to support local: It creates jobs that are in desperate need and prevents pollution.

Quote you live by: Nelson Mandela, “a winner is a dreamer who never gives up.”


Aren’t these a great idea?  We should be thinking of the long-term effects on our beautiful (one-of-a-kind) universe that we live in, & do all we can to save it.

By making small changes in our lives, we can work together to make a big difference.  Come on guys, lets all win.


 

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I am a fun-loving, sometimes crazy, 30-year-old that lives every moment as it comes... Unfortunately I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis in 2004. This is about embracing my inner child; creating a bit of DIY; learning to love myself again; & not caring so much about fitting with society's expectations. I also want to showcase the amazing talent that we have in South Africa & support local wherever possible.

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