GET down to the Piazza in Huddersfield town centre on Saturday for a chance to win £1,000 in vouchers!
That’s the message from the Examiner marketing team which is looking for one more lucky person to join five others in the final of our Piazza Pay-Out competition , run in conjunction with the Piazza Shopping Centre.
All entrants have to do is to buy a copy of Saturday’s Examiner and hand the Piazza Pay-Out entry form in to the Examiner stand on the Piazza between 11am and 1pm on Saturday.*
At 1pm, an entry will be drawn at random and the owner will take a turn, along with the five already selected, for the chance to win £1,000 in vouchers in the Examiner booth.
The booth, which resembles a modern telephone kiosk with a countdown clock on top, is filled with circulating air and tokens and each entrant has 30 seconds to grab as many as they can.
The one with the most tokens wins £1,000 in shopping vouchers made up of £200 for Boots, £250 at BHS, £100 Ann Summers, £100 Dorothy Perkins, £100 Toy Master, £100 Granger Games, £100 Superdrug, £50 WH Smiths.
Examiner senior brand executive Natasha Maskery said: “We want as many people as possible to come down to the Piazza on Saturday.
“This is the second time that we have run the competition and the response from readers has been fantastic, with nearly 1,000 entrants. We are now just looking for that final person to come down and have the chance to grab these vouchers.”
The other five finalists, chosen randomly by a computer, are:
Trevor Briggs, 67, from Scapegoat Hill. Trevor, who is retired, is married to Marilyn and they have two sons and four grandchildren. He is nominating his son Anthony Briggs, of Dalton, to go into the Piazza Pay-Out booth as he and his wife are visiting their other son in the Midlands that weekend.
Roger Gibbons, 67, from Golcar , who is retired and is married to Denise. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.
Shazad Munir, 26, will be in the booth on behalf of his sister Shanaz, 33, from Fartown. Shanaz is married to Asif and she works as a care assistant in an elderly residential home.
Brenda Gordon, 47, from Thornton Lodge is a foster carer and has a son called Ashley, 27. She’s going into the booth herself, so that she’s in charge of her own destiny.
Rodney Brook, 66, is from Halifax. Rodney is retired and married to Christine who encouraged him to enter. They have one son who lives in Lancashire.
*Terms and conditions apply. See Saturday’s Examiner for details and visit: www.examiner.co.uk/rules .