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

Wave the flag and show Aussie spirit with The Observer

THE Observer and newsagencies across the Gladstone region have teamed up to make it easy for you to show your Australian spirit just in time for Australia Day.

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 a print edition of The Observer this week.

All you need to do to obtain a flag is purchase a copy of The Observer, cut out the coupon inside and buy the flag for $2 at your local newsagent.

One of the newsagencies involved in the promotion is Nextra Valley News.

Newsagency owner Rosalie McPherson said the offer had been gaining in popularity, with people knowing to look out for the coupons.

"I think it's a good promotion for Australia Day," she said.

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

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

To make sure you don't miss out on The Observer's special offers, become a home delivery subscriber to the paper by calling 4970 3017.



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