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Share Promotion: We Have a Winner!


Share Promotion: We Have a Winner!
Scoop team conducts the virtual draw – with witnesses…(Note the method used is described here -

Firstly, thanks to everyone that supported in our recent promotion to "Share Scoop" around to people who may not already know about our site.

The prize of a $1 500 travel voucher from House of Travel appeared to provide a pretty good incentive in the end with over 6 000 people entering and sending over 17 000 emails to people to let them know about! Marvellous!

We ran the random drawer on Monday 14th and finally caught up with our Winner yesterday:

Anika Klee of Wellington!

Anika seemed very pleased and excited - but has absolutely no idea where she wants to go...And that's why it's a travel voucher and not a flight somewhere!

Thanks again to everyone that entered - and those that thought about it - but couldn't think of someone to email.

We'll be running other promotions - but in the meantime, we encourage you to let others know about anyway!

There's a share button to click on every scoop page…

Just look out for...
One of these.

- The Scoop Team


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