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Fireworks for a Wanganui shopper

News Release wanganui - 1

November 5, 2001

Fireworks for a Wanganui shopper

Guy Fawkes has gone off with a very big bang for one lucky Wanganui shopper - he or she is $250,000 richer today after winning the first Kachingo! big cash monthly draw just for shopping.

The winning ticket was issued at Woolworths Wanganui at about 5pm on Thursday October 25.

The draw was broadcast last night (Sunday November 4) on TV2. The winning ticket numbers were 05, 10, 03, 18, 08, 22 and the power number was 14.

The prize is yet to be claimed (at 10am Monday) said Kachingo! spokesperson Mary Vance.

There were 104 winning tickets for second division prizes of $100 and 2,638 winning tickets for the third division ($20 each).

The shopper sent $95 and bought five products on Kachingo! promotion - Krispa Chips, Treasures Nappies, Meadowlea Sunrise Spread and Pepsi.

About Kachingo! Kachingo! is a customer rewards programme invented in New Zealand. It is the only one to reward shoppers with Big Cash prizes and instant rewards just for shopping at any store within the Kachingo! village of partners. The village consists of BP, KFC (north of the Bombay Hills), Super Liquor and Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets.

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Contacts:
Mary Vance ------ Deborah Pead
Managing Director ------ Director
Global Online Promotions ------ Pead PR
Tel: 0-9-309 4055 ------ 0-9-981 5556



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