A $100 voucher and an after-hours styling experience at Yeltuor is just one prize guests attending The Examiner’s Winter Relief Cocktail Party could win.
Also up for grabs is a double three-day ride and accommodation package for Blue Derby Pods Ride worth more than $4000.
The all-local sponsors have donated prizes worth more than $7100.
Yeltuor area manger Erin Kirkman said it was important for local businesses to support the community.
“Local businesses should have a good sense of good will to just give back,” she said.
“Our prize is a service we offer and find it’s a really nice experience to have with a friend to just to have a store to yourself.”
Local businesses should have a good sense of good will to just give back.Erin Kirkman
The cocktail party is a fundraising event for The Examiner’s Winter Relief Appeal.
It will be held at the Penny Royal on Friday August 10 from 6.30pm. Tickets start at $40 and can be bought from Launceston Tickets.
It is being organised with the Launceston Chamber of Commerce.
In the appeal’s 60th year, The Examiner hopes to raise $60,000. More than $56,000 has already been raised.
Funds will be donated to City Mission, St Vincent de Paul, Benevolent Society and the Salvation Army.
- Cradle Mountain Canyons experience for two
- Hollybank Treetop Adventures – family pass
- Dinner for two at Stillwater, and a bottle of Abel Gin
- Three Penny Royal Passes
- Signed 2018 Hawthorn guernsey
- Three cartons of Boags
- Cradle Coast Tasting Trail and Raspberry Farm Cafe hamper
- Three bottles of wine from Goaty Hill
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