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Pub trade survey: win £500

By PMA Reporter , 23-Aug-2011

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One lucky reader stands the chance to win £500 just by answering a few simple questions as part of an industry survey.


The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete.


Click here to take survey


Molson Coors £500 free prize draw Terms & Conditions


1. One £500 prize is available to win from 19th August 2011. The prize will be drawn at random on 30 September 2011 and the winner will be notified by mail no later than 7 October 2011.


2. To qualify, the questionnaire must be completed in full.


3. The draw is open to managers and other licensees in the UK hospitality industry who are aged 18 or over,


4. Only one entry per licensed premise is permitted. If more than one entry is received from the same address then only the first entry will be entered into the free prize draw.


5. The identity of the prize winner may be obtained by written request by sending an SAE to CR Consulting Ltd, 72 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4QQ on or before 7 October 2011.


6. The decision to award the prize is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Entries that do not comply in full with these rules may be disqualified.


7. The Publican's Morning Advertiser reserves the right to alter, amend or foreclose this Free Prize Draw without prior notice in the event that unforeseen circumstances make this unavoidable.

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