Hotdogs cap off MG sale

LEONGATHA’s Murray Goulburn Trading store held a hotdog sale day last Wednesday.
The end of financial year blue tag sale ended on Friday.
“It was one of the best days we’ve had all year,” store manager Barry Shepheard said.
“It’s the first time we’ve had a hot dog day and it was a great success.
“It gave the suppliers and customers a chance to meet and check out all of the great bargains. Even customers came up to me saying how successful the day was.
“We had around 20-30 customers constantly in the store all day.”
Huge specials were available all day to customers, and representatives from several companies were in store to answer customers’ queries and offer giveaways.

Great day: from left, Leongatha Murray Goulburn Trading manager Barry Shepheard with customers Owen Hutchinson, Mark Reid and Russell Blackall enjoyed as many hotdogs as they could last Wednesday in store.

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