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Snag a great prize

WANT to win a great supply of meat or would you like to have some earthmoving work done around your place.
After the success of last year’s Father’s Day promotion the Leongatha Chamber of Commerce is offering these prizes once again.
Customers who make a purchase in a participating shop this week can enter the draw to win either a $200 voucher from Leongatha Fresh Meat and Fish Supply, or $300 worth of excavation work from BJ’s Earthmoving.
The lucky winner can choose which prize they would prefer.
Chamber president Brenton Williams, whose business is offering the earthmoving prize, said there were great incentives to shop locally this Father’s Day.
“Anyone who shops locally has a chance to win the prize,” Mr Williams said.
He said the promotion was designed to reward customers who shop locally, which is something the chamber works hard to do.
“We traditionally do a Mother’s Day and a Father’s Day promotion, as well as a Christmas promotion. We see ourselves trying to promote shopping locally and rewarding those who do,” he said.
To enter, simply make a purchase at any participating chamber member’s store and fill in a ticket for your chance to win.

Make Father’s Day sizzle: Leongatha Chamber of Commerce president Brenton Williams, left, is offering a $300 earthmoving prize while Kodie Spokes of Leongatha Fresh Meat and Fish said there was $200 worth of meat up for grabs.

Make Father’s Day sizzle: Leongatha Chamber of Commerce president Brenton Williams, left, is offering a $300 earthmoving prize while Kodie Spokes of Leongatha Fresh Meat and Fish said there was $200 worth of meat up for grabs.

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