School’s cool at The Square!

When you shop at the Square between now and August 20 there’s lots of great prizes up for grabs to help get your family school ready – and to say thank you to customers for shopping local and helping to get stores back on their feet.

If you spend €20 in any participating store, you can enter the Square 4 School draw for some great prizes including gift cards for a number of shops, a chromebook laptop from Argos, a free pair of Sketchers, a stationary goodie bag from Easons, and more.

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Gift cards include, Bookstation €100, The Square €100, Dunnes Stores  €50, Eurogiant €50, Sports Direct  €50, Regatta €50, Clarks 2 x €25 giftcards,  Bagcity €20 giftcard and a bag.

A member of The Square’s management team told The Echo: “We want to reward customers who shop with us, helping our stores get back on their feet to continue servicing our community

“So we have heaps of prizes to giveaway, every time you spend €20 in a participating store, drop down to our customer service desk with your receipt and get entered into our mega draw- we have some fun stickers for the little ones also.

“We want to thank our customers for their continued loyalty, and help brighten someone’s day with lots of treats!”

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If you spend a minimum of €20 at one of the participating stores, bring your receipt to the Customer Service Desk, write your name and number on the back and pop your receipt into the mega draw drum in the centre mall.

Check out the Square’s Facebook page for full details, or drop by the mega draw drum on the centre mall.

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