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Car giveway to thank local shoppers

UP FOR GRABS: Mother Nature’s Coffs Harbour is giving away a car to a lucky shopper who spends more than $25 in store.
UP FOR GRABS: Mother Nature’s Coffs Harbour is giving away a car to a lucky shopper who spends more than $25 in store. Trevor Veale

BEING local is at the heart of Mother Nature’s business model.

For locals it’s the ‘one stop’ marketplace that prides itself on stocking locally-grown produce.

To reward its customers, Mother Nature’s is giving away a car, a four-door Hyundai Accent and every shopper has a chance to enter the draw.

"This is a way to say thank you to our loyal customers, who have supported us over the past couple of years," owner Rob Foster said.

"Customers enter the draw when they spend more than $25.

"Each week a name is pulled out of the barrel, so for the grand final draw on Saturday, August 27 there will be 20 people in the running to win the car.

"On the day those 20 people will select a key and for the lucky winner one of those keys will unlock the car."

Mother Nature’s seasonally sources local produce including: bananas, avocadoes, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, peas, fancy lettuce, potatoes, water melons, pumpkins, blueberries, raspberries, tomatoes, cabbage, oranges, lemons, limes, beetroot bunches, zucchini, Lebanese cucumbers, herbs, spinach, mushrooms, locally baked bread, free range eggs, deli items and Norco milk.



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