One lucky Cobram Courier reader could win a $250 Cotton On voucher thanks to the organisers of the Professional Bull Riding on the Murray Touring Pro Series at Barooga.January 11, 2013 11:33am
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The organisers of the Professional Bull Riding on the Murray Touring Pro Series at Barooga have very generously donated a $250 voucher to clothing store Cotton On – for one lucky Cobram Courier reader.
To enter, you must answer these five questions correctly (Hint: the answers can be found in the related articles section).
1. When and where was the PBR held?
2. Roughly how many people attended?
3. Who was the American bull rider who competed at the event?
4. Who won?
5. Name one of the local community groups involved in the event?
To enter, send an email to the Cobram Courier. Entrants must answer all five questions correctly to be in the draw.
Entries will close on Monday, January 21, at 10am. The winner will be drawn randomly and notified by phone, and will also be announced in the January 23 edition of the Cobram Courier.
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