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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : August 27 2008
20 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, August 28, 2008 MB NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Coupon opens door to prizes HAVE you collected your Find Yourself coupon yet? If not go to one of your local participating businesses for a chance to win more than 1000 instant prizes online, from a total prize pool worth more than $65,000. To find participating businesses near you visit www.findyourselfnow.com.au or turn to the TrueLocal direc- tory at the back of this paper. Simply enter your coupon's unique code online for your chance to win instant prizes, including Krispy Kreme dough- nuts, Westfield gift cards, Travelodge weekends away, passes to Ocean world Manly, and Contours gym mem- berships. All online entries will automati- cally be en- tered into the weekly draw and the major prize draw. To enter one of the weekly draws and the major prize draw without a unique code go to the TrueLocal directory at the back of this paper, cut out the coupon, fill it in and post it in. The major prize package is a new Suzuki Grand Vitara, a $4000 Westfield gift card and a Q Station holiday, with a total prize value of $37,000. The first major weekly draw closes this Friday at 2pm. Get in quick for your chance to win a $1000 Westfield shopping spree or a luxury weekend at Q Station resort in Manly. The Find Yourself Promotion closes October 12. Authorised under NSW permit num- ber LTPS08/07268. For full terms and conditions please log on to www.findyourselfnow.com.au Agent's insights pave way for a bestseller THE definitive guide to getting the best possible price for your home is now available in book shops. Gil Davis, who re- cently retired after running a success- ful Sydney real es- tate agency for 20 years, has written Sell for More which examines the entire property sale process including preparation, marketing and methods of sale, price negotiation and settlement. Davis says he is a great believer in using the expertise of local real estate agents but he also wanted to produce independent information that puts consumers on the same basis as the estate agent. Sell for More, is published by Harper Collins and is available in all good book shops. RRP $19.99. NRMA mechanics now in Strathfield SWIMMING legend and NRMA director Dawn Fraser has opened an official NRMA car servicing business, MotorServe in South Strathfield. About 60 people turned up to the opening last week and were taken to the work shops to have a sneak peak of the new car service. ''South Strathfield is an ideal location to further expand the MotorServe network with 99,000 NRMA members living within 7km of the new site in Cosgrove Rd,'' Ms Fraser said. ''We will offer apprenticeship initiatives that will help grow local industry talent and bring employment to the area.'' Ms Fraser said the NRMA centre would offer a first-class car servicing experience for its customers. NRMA MotorServe, South Strathfield will have eight mechanics on hand to service up to 30 vehicles a day. Fundaytobehadon streets of Wareemba WAREEMBA residents have been invited to attend a fun day on Sunday to celebrate the upgrade of the Wareemba village streetscape. The festivities will take place on the corner of Great North and Edenholme roads. Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas will perform the official opening at 2pm. ''The completion of the Wareemba village streetscape upgrade is a great accomplish- ment and we couldn't have achieved this without the collaboration of the local community,'' he said. As well as music and dance entertain- ment, there'll be a circus skills playground and arts and craft zone to amuse younger residents. There will also be a special presentation to the children of Abbotsford Public School who designed the street banners. 1 TNS Business Finance Monitor -- May 2008. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522. More convenient banking and ANZ's colour blue are trade marks of ANZ. M&CSAATCHI ANZ5791/28/S We treat small businesses as customers, not acquisitions. The bigger you get, the easier it is to lose that personal touch. But at ANZ, you have your very own dedicated Small Business Specialist, available through any ANZ branch, not to mention a 24/7 call centre. We do whatever it takes to support small business. But don't take our word for it, take it from our customers who rated us #1 for customer satisfaction1 of the big four. To find out more or to talk to a Small Business Specialist, call us on 1800 269 249. Support small business. We do.
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