Win $1 million, or a car, or two!

Spend $30 or more at a participating Liebig or Koroit Street business between now and October 1 and you could be in the running to win $1 million – or a car or maybe two!

Earlier this year Warrnambool City Council announced its $1 million prize as part of the City Centre Renewal business promotion.

Now Warrnambool’s major car dealers have joined forces to offer a chance for one lucky shopper to spend $100,000 at either Callaghan Motors, Warrnambool Toyota, Clinton Baulch Motor Group, Norton Motor Group or Warrnambool Auto Group.

“A regional city needs a strong city centre,” Warrnambool Auto Group principal Leon Cleal said.

“For tourism it’s important to have a nice, compact, bustling centre that people can go to an enjoy.

“I want people to shop locally and stay locally. It’s easy to jump in a car and go to Geelong or Melbourne but really we have everything here in Warrnambool.”

Council Manager Economic Development and Investment Shaun Miller said the commitment by the dealerships showed they all believed that a thriving city centre helps create a thriving Warrnambool.

“It’s a great show of collective support from our major car dealerships for our city centre traders,” Mr Miller said.

To be in the running, whenever you spend $30 at a participating business in Liebig or Koroit Street keep your receipt – it will form part of your entry submission.

Go to www.cbd.warrnambool.vic.gov.au click on the links to locate and complete the entry form. You will also need to upload a copy of your receipt.

One of the entries will then be selected at random to take part in the draw for the $1 million prize. This successful entrant will be contacted before the main prize draw and will be required to attend the draw on Sunday, November 5.

Be sure to keep your original receipt, as you will need to produce it should your name be chosen at the draw.

The main prize draw will feature in an event to celebrate the completion of Stage I of the City Centre Renewal, which covers Liebig Street between Raglan Parade and Koroit Street.