Trolley dash splash
SHOPPERS eager for a bargain are being invited to enter a competition for the chance to win a speedy trolley dash. 99p Stores will be opening a new branch in the High Road in Wembley next Tuesday [November 24] and they are looking for a VIP (Very Importa
SHOPPERS eager for a bargain are being invited to enter a competition for the chance to win a speedy trolley dash.
99p Stores will be opening a new branch in the High Road in Wembley next Tuesday [November 24] and they are looking for a VIP (Very Important Pennysaver) to cut the official ribbon at the opening and pick up as many single items as possible in a 99 second dash around the store.
The new store, a former Woolworths branch, will open at 9am and the first 499 customers through the checkout will get a free bottle of POSH perfume.
Santa Claus will be visiting the store to perform in a 'Real Santa Show' and will be handing out free spot prizes to shoppers, including games consoles and an iPod shuffle.
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The current 99p Stores trolley dash record is 265 items by mother-of-two Sally Cooper from Southampton. If the Wembley winner beats this their haul will be doubled.
For a chance to win, all you have to do is say in no more than NINE words: "Why I Love a Bargain!"
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Email your answer to email@example.com. The closing date is midday this Sunday [November 22].