At Patterson Road Tatts, News &
Post we like to keep in touch with our customers. You'll find all
the latest news, special offers and local community events on our
website at www.pattersonroad.com.au
and here in our monthly newsletter. In this edition you will find:
Win A Share Of $20,000 At Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post;
$20 Million TattsLotto Superdraw Saturday 29th July;
New Pac-Man Scratchie;
Post Office Services; and
Community Corner - Cancer Council Daffodil Day, Friday 25th August.
Win A Share Of $20,000 At Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post
Come into Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post for your chance to win a share of $20,000. Entry is simple - purchase a participating magazine between 10th July to 27th August then enter online at
www.winwithmags.com.au. The more magazines you purchase at Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post during the promotion, the more chance you have of winning!
$20 Million TattsLotto Superdraw
Saturday 29th July
Superdraw syndicates and advanced entries are now available for the $20 Million TattsLotto Superdraw on Saturday 29th July. Call in today and pick up your ticket to dream or or
contact us to reserve your syndicate shares.
New Pac-Man Scratchie
Look out for the new $5 Pac-Man Scratchie at Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post.
There are three games to play on each Pac-Man Scratchie with three top prizes of $100,000 to be won.
Post Office Services
Convenient Post Office Hours are
available at Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post. Our Post Office
hours include early opening, late closing and we are open all day
Saturday for all your Post Office needs including:
• Express Post; &
• Parcel Post
There's no need to rush around or to wait in long queues, for all your Post Office needs find a time that suits you at Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post.
Post Office Trading Hours
6-00 am to 6-00 pm Monday to Friday
7-00 am to 6-00 pm Saturday
Community Corner - Daffodil Day Friday 25th August
Support The Cancer Council's Daffodil Day, Friday 25th August, by making a purchase of a lapel pin or pen on sale at Patterson Road Tatts, News & Post from Monday 24th July through to the end of August.
The Cancer Council does not receive any ongoing government funding, so the vital work they do would not be possible without community support.
Your support will make a difference for cancer patients and their families all over Australia.
If you have a community event or local business you
would like to promote here in "Community
Corner" please contact