Len Wallis Audio is raising money for the Variety Club by on-selling old hi-fi equipment

Len Wallis Audio is raising money for the Variety Club by on-selling old hi-fi equipment. Len is asking all his customers (and anyone else!) to go through their home to see if they have any unwanted, unused or unloved audio components gathering dust in an attic, garage, under the stairs, or still packed after a move of house and never unpacked, due to the installation of a new system. If this sounds like you, and you’d like to support the Variety Club Children’s Charity, just take your equipment down to Len Wallis Audio, in Lane Cove. ‘We will test it, clean it up and offer it for sale through our second hand department with 100 per cent of the funds realised going to the Variety Club,’ said Len Wallis. ‘This is a great opportunity for you to have an “Audio Autumn Clean” and to help raise money for a very good cause.’ Of course this also means that if you’re on the look-out for a nice bit of vintage (or maybe not-so-vintage!) audio equipment, it’s likely that the second-hand department at Len Wallis Audio will be bulging at the seams with bargains, and all the money you pay to buy a component will be going directly to charity, which sounds like a ‘win-win’ to us. See you there!

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alt Above: Len Wallis Audio, voted one of the five best hi-fi stores on the planet, wants you to donate unwanted hi-fi equipment, which will be tested, cleaned-up and re-sold, with all the money raised going directly to charity (The Variety Club).