Draw your Family Competition - Sept 2017

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12 September, 2017
Posted by: Family Focus Legal
Win a Family Movie pass plus $50 candy bar voucher for United Cinemas Narellan ~ With the Draw your Family competition.
• Start date: Tues12th - Thursday 21st September 2017. Winner contacted Friday 22nd 2017 - Just in time for the School Holidays

Terms & Conditions

1)      ‘Draw your family competition’ runs from Tues  12th – Thur 21st Sept 2017. With entries independently judged and winner contacted on Friday 22nd Sept 2017. People of all ages open to enter. The judges’ decision on the winner is final. The prize cannot be transferred for cash.

2)      Return drawing either by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  through social media post or private message or delivering to the Family Focus Legal office at 57 Johns st, Camden

3)      To be deemed a valid entry all drawings must be submitted with child’s first name and age, name & contact phone number a parent or guardian

4)      Prize valued at up to $122 (2 adult’s tickets @ $20 each, up to 2 concession @ $16 OR 2 x children’s tickets @ $14 each plus $50 candy bar gift card) 

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Draw your Family Competition - Sept 2017

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