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Go For Gold At Your Local Pool

9 March 2006

Go For Gold At Your Local Pool

Hutt City's swimming pools are getting into the Commonwealth Games spirit with the new Go For Gold promotion from Wednesday 15 March to Sunday 26 March 2006.

Just pick up a Go For Gold card from your local Hutt City Council swimming pool, get it clipped each time you visit over the 12 days of the games and you've got a chance to win. It's that simple.

Entries are open for any customer who lane swims, aqua jogs, takes a swimming lesson, attends aquarobics, or enjoys a spa, sauna or sunbed within the twelve day period.

Everyone wins a prize if they reach a medal and all medal winners go into the draw to win gift vouchers from Rebel Sport to the value of $100 for Gold, $80 for Silver and $60 for Bronze.

In order to qualify for a medal, participants must visit the pool and get their card clipped:

Six visits = Bronze
Nine visits = Silver
Twelve visits = Gold

Completed Go For Gold cards must be handed in by 5:00pm Wednesday 26 March to be eligible for prizes.

Full terms and conditions are available at your local pool or by visiting www.huttcity.info/pools

ENDS


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