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ASB Bank $2,000 Investment Fund Prize UNCLAIMED!


ASB Bank $2,000 Investment Fund Prize UNCLAIMED! Winner Sought by 4.00pm Friday February 26th

Somewhere in Christchurch, someone with the number 201104 has been gifted a $2,000 ASB Bank Investment Fund - but they must claim it by 4.00pm tomorrow!

Audience members at last Saturday nights ASB Bank Starry Nights Showbiz Spectacular in Hagley Park were buzzing with excitement during interval when Ross Munn, ASB Bank Regional Manager South Island, announced the winning programme number for one lucky person to receive a $2,000 ASB Bank Investment Fund package.

Individually numbered programmes were distributed free to the crowd of 25,000 people, and the person with the winning number of 201104 was invited to visit the ASB Bank tent onsite.

No-one has yet responded, and ASB Bank are very keen to hear from the winner by 4.00pm tomorrow afternoon.

The winner is encouraged to call Ross Munn with ASB Bank Christchurch on 353 8367 urgently and if the prize is unclaimed, $2,000 will be donated to Variety, The Children's Charity.

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