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Bonus prize of $10,000 to be won at the Plaza

SPENDING UP BIG: Redbank Plaza centre manager Lee Anderson (right) and Lauren Roche from The Queensland Times plan to give away $10,000 in cash to lucky shopper.
SPENDING UP BIG: Redbank Plaza centre manager Lee Anderson (right) and Lauren Roche from The Queensland Times plan to give away $10,000 in cash to lucky shopper. Sarah Harvey

ONE lucky QT reader will be starting the New Year with a huge cash prize.

The QT and Redbank Plaza have joined forces this Christmas to offer readers a chance to win $10,000.

To be in the super draw, keep reading The Queensland Times and keep an eye out for regular entry forms.

QT marketing manager Lauren Roche said the competition was an exciting opportunity for people to win.

"We love to reward QT readers and what better way than a potential $10,000 Christmas bonus," she said.

Entry forms are available in Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday editions of the QT.

Bonus entries can also made by shopping at Redbank Plaza by spending $50 in any speciality or $100 in any major store.

Entries for the competition can be handed into the Redbank Plaza customer service desk on level two of the shopping centre.

Topics:  queensland times, redbank plaza




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