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Gobble-gobble!
Yes, it’s time for Indy readers to get their giblets out with the annual return of Geelong’s favourite Christmas competition.
Talkin’ Turkey’s back in 2017 with another five big birds to give away each week for the next five weeks.
Thanks to the Indy’s mates at Corio’s A Cut Above Family Butcher, 25 lucky readers will have the chance to put some tasty turkey on their tables for a Christmas lunch to remember.
All readers have to do is find the five turkeys hidden in separate ads in each week’s paper, starting this week.
“Gobble-gobble,” cried Indy managing editor Tony Galpin.
“Talkin’ Turkey’s the fun game anyone can play. Start searching the ads now in either the newspaper or our e-paper at geelongindy.com.au.”
To go into the draw, entrants must supply their name and phone number along with the business names of the five advertisers with a hidden turkey each.
To enter email indy@geelongindy.com.au, leave a message on Talkin’ Turkey hotline 5249 6721, or lodge in person at the Indy’s office, first floor, 74-78 Moorabool St, Geelong.
Entries for the five weekly Talkin’ Turkey draws close at 5pm on the Monday following each publication.
But, wait, that’s not all!
The Indy’s also giving away two $100 Markets Square Shopping Centre gift cards weekly for the next five weeks.
That’s 100 smackeroos for 10 lucky winners to spend just in time for Christmas!
For details on how to win one of the gift cars, visit the Geelong Indy’s Facebook page.
Both competitions are part of the Indy’s Five Weeks of Christmas promotion, connecting Geelong traders with local shoppers.

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