Battery World camping solutions pack winner Kylie Stockdale with her daughter Chloe, Brendan Reeves from The Queensland Times and Battery World’s Ruthie Farrar.
Battery World camping solutions pack winner Kylie Stockdale with her daughter Chloe, Brendan Reeves from The Queensland Times and Battery World’s Ruthie Farrar. Sarah Harvey

Kylie snatches up hot prize

IPSWICH woman Kylie Stockdale is the lucky winner of the Battery World camping solutions pack competition.

Mrs Stockdale walked away with a four-in-one battery charger, two batteries and a generator, all valued at more than $2500.

The competition was proudly supported by The Queensland Times and ran during November and December.

QT marketing and promotions executive Brendan Reeves said there was an “overwhelming” response from loyal readers.

“We had a huge number of entries, and it’s great to see the prize go to such a deserving winner,” he said.

The QT has had some really fantastic prizes on offer this year and that will only get bigger and better in 2011.

“Even now we’ve got 10 of the latest and greatest Sony gaming consoles up for grabs.”

Keep reading The QT for your chance to win a state-of-the-art PlayStation 3 console.

To enter, simply collect 10 tokens and place them in an envelope with your contact details into the specially marked collection bins at R.T. Edwards Ipswich and Booval stores.

At least one token will appear in The QT every day.

Entries close at noon on February 23, with the competition to be drawn at 1pm that day.

Contestants under 18 need their parents’ permission to enter.



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