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Published on 27 - May - 2010
 
Stax raises funds for RDT with new promotion
Football-themed 'Everyone's a Winner' promotion offers Stax customers the chance to win prizes and raise money for industry charity.

Stax raises funds for RDT with new promotion

With everyone going football crazy during the World Cup months, Stax's new footie-themed promotion will run across its four branches and inline via its website.

Customers will be given the chance to win more than 150,000 prizes by playing a number of games, including the 'Everyone's a Winner' spot the ball, scratch cards and online World Cup Fantasy Football.

The in-store 'spot the ball' game offers customers the chance to have fun and also raise funds for the Rainy Day Trust (RDT). For £1 a guess, customers can play for the chance to win one of four Sharp high definition LCD DVD Combi TVs, with the proceeds for the game, which Stax expects to run into thousands, going to the RDT.

The Everyone's a Winner promotion will start in all four Stax branches and online at www.staxtradecentres.co.uk from early June.


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