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Deadline for draw is by noon today

SHOPPERS have until noon today to get their entries in for the second major prize in the Queensland Times City Pride campaign.

The prize is worth $2750 and can be spent at more than 370 businesses taking part in the month-long shop local campaign.

Shoppers can pick up an entry form at the register when they buy goods or services from participating businesses.

Just keep your receipt to be eligible and either mail or drop your entry form into the QT office before entries close to be in the draw.

One lucky Flinders View resident took out the first major prize, also worth $2750, which was drawn last Friday.

The final prize, and also the biggest at a whopping $5500, will be drawn after the competition closes on September 5.

City Pride aims to support local business.

QT general manager Mike Dorey said the competition could not have been launched without its sponsors, including founding partners Ipswich City Council and the University of Southern Queensland.

Other sponsors include Riverlink, Redbank Plaza, Booval and Brassall shopping centres and the Ipswich Events Corporation.

The campaign is also supported by Ipswich Chamber of Commerce and River 949.



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