The Free Press is reminding residents to look inside the back page of their Keep It Local Coupon Book where they can find an entry into a weekly draw for a $100 grocery voucher.
Residents are encouraged to take out the raffle page in their book, fill out their details, and drop it into either the Free Press or Yarrawonga Chronicle office.
The entry will stay in the barrel until the end of August 2018, unless it is drawn out as a winner.
Those with multiple copies of the coupon book can enter with the respective raffle pages from their books.
The first raffle was drawn on September 8 and the winner was Sue Poidevin from Corowa.
Past weekly winners have included Mulwala’s Amanda Reed, Corowa’s Gwenda Babbs, The Pegg family from Corowa, Richard Wynne from Corowa, Howlong’s Kathleen Farelly, Corowa’s Marion Munro, Pat Milthorpe from Corowa and Courtney Brodie from Corowa.
Those interested in seeing the draw can log onto the Free Press Facebook page after 2pm each Friday.
The book is an initiative of The Free Press and Federation Council and offers residents exciting discounts and deals from tools and food to electronics and giftware.
The coupon books were distributed to households throughout the Federation Council area at the beginning of September.
The Free Press has a limited number of additional coupon books available at a cost of $10 each for those interested in further books or for those living outside of the Federation Council area who would also like to participate.
The coupon books are available at both the Free Press and Yarrawonga Chronicle offices.
The sponsors of the campaign include Corowa Supa IGA, Howlong IGA Plus Liquor and Foodworks Mulwala and Federation Council.