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Final Cash Card draw tomorrow

Deniliquin's shop local promotion, Cash Card, will come to an end tomorrow when two lucky people share in $3500.

December 19, 2013 9:47am

The final two draws of the shop local promotion Cash Card, valued at a combined $3500, will be held tomorrow.

The draw will take place at the Deniliquin RSL Club at 2pm.

One draw will see a lucky local shopper win $1500, with the second draw for a very handy $2000.

Shoppers can still enter their completed Cash Cards in the barrel at Deniliquin Central IGA up until noon tomorrow before it’s moved to the Deniliquin RSL Club.

To be in the running, all you need to do is collect stamps on your Cash Card every time you shop at participating businesses.

Once your card is filled with stamps (20 in total) write down your details and enter it in the draw.

Stamps are given for every $10 you spend and there are more than 20 local stores signed up to the Cash Card promotion.

Cash Cards can be collected from and entered at the promotion’s major sponsors – Deniliquin RSL Club, Central IGA and Josh’s Bakehouse, Deniliquin Business Chamber and the Pastoral Times .

You can enter as many Cash Cards as you like.

The first cash prize of $500 was won by Muriel Holschier in October and the November winner of $1000 cash was Christine Donald.

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