Warwick East State School pupils Sam Wallace and Jessica Ryan get their double points coupon.
Warwick East State School pupils Sam Wallace and Jessica Ryan get their double points coupon.

Points add up in local promotion

IT’S double points week for the Daily News/Supa IGA $25,000 schools giveaway so don’t miss your chance to support local schools.

Warwick East State School pupils Sam Wallace and Jessica Ryan are eager to help their school in gain double points this week by getting a coupon from the Daily News.

“Warwick East are the best and we want to win,” Year 7 pupil Sam said.

Simply mention your favourite school from the 27 schools listed at the cash register and the money you spend will be added in points to the school.

Warwick Daily News media advertising manager Donna Lindner said the first week of every month people need to buy the Daily News and take a coupon into Supa IGA to double the points for their favourite school.

“It doesn’t matter how big or small your school is they are still entitled to a proportion of the money,” she said.

Schools will share in $25,000 which will be released on November 1.

Leaderboard

1. Warwick State High School

2. Warwick West State School

3. St Mary’s School

4. Warwick East State School

5. Warwick Central School

6. Glennie Heights State School

7. Allora State School

8. Assumption College

9. Scots PGC College

10. Yangan State School

11. Wheatvale State School

12. Freestone State School

13. Killarney State School

14. School of Total Education

15. The Scots PGC College



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