Staff members Lindsay Mathison and Dimity Rauter, from the Valley Newsagency in Gladstone, show off the Australian flags that are available for purchase with The Observer's print edition.
Staff members Lindsay Mathison and Dimity Rauter, from the Valley Newsagency in Gladstone, show off the Australian flags that are available for purchase with The Observer's print edition. Tom Huntley

The Observer helps region fly flag on Australia Day

GETTING into the spirit of Australia Day and feeling patriotic is as simple as buying a copy of The Observer.

The Observer and newsagencies across the Gladstone region have teamed up to make it easy for you to show everyone you are a proud Australian, and at an affordable price too.

For just $2 you can join other drivers in Gladstone in showing how much you love our country by purchasing a car flag when you buy an edition of The Observer next week, from January 21.

"The Observer is proud to join our APN ARM network is bringing our community an opportunity to help celebrate Australia Day," said The Observer's newspaper sales and marketing manager, Dianne Treveton.

"They're a fun and an easy way to show your Australian spirit."

All you need to do to turn your vehicle into a flag-flying, country-loving patriot chariot is purchase a copy of The Observer, cut out the coupon inside and buy the flag for $2 at your local newsagent.

With limited stock, readers are encouraged to get in quickly to avoid disappointment.

Flags can also be purchased at The Observer's officer, at 130 Auckland St, when you present your coupon.

To make sure you don't miss out on The Observer's special offers or what is going on in the local community, as well as state, national and world news, become a home delivery subscriber.

Find out more about becoming a paper subscriber by calling us on 49703017 today.



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