Free fuel of­fer to at­tract shop­pers to Man­durah

Mandurah Coastal Times - - FRONT PAGE -

A CLEVER cam­paign is en­cour­ag­ing visi­tors from fur­ther afield to spend sum­mer days in Man­durah.

Man­durah Fo­rum is at­tract­ing peo­ple liv­ing at least 40km out­side Man­durah into town by of­fer­ing more than $30,000 worth of fuel vouch­ers.

On Sun­days through­out De­cem­ber and Jan­uary, the first 75 visi­tors to Man­durah Fo­rum who live more than 40km away will re­ceive a com­pli­men­tary $50 fuel voucher.

Cen­tre man­ager Jac­que­line McKen­zie said the of­fer was de­signed to make it as easy as pos­si­ble for peo­ple to visit Man­durah.

“Man­durah Fo­rum is a hub of shop­ping, din­ing and fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment, with ma­jor and spe­cialty re­tail­ers like David Jones, Seed and Decjuba to which peo­ple liv­ing out­side Perth and its north­ern suburbs have fairly lim­ited ac­cess,’’ Ms McKen­zie said.

“We are of­fer­ing free fuel to cover the trip and with our free shaded park­ing, it’s an in­cred­i­bly cost-ef­fec­tive day out for fam­i­lies to visit and spend some time to­gether this sum­mer.

“Man­durah is a muchloved sum­mer des­ti­na­tion and we want to share it with those who may not have vis­ited for some time.”

Cen­tre man­ager Jac­que­line McKen­zie and Mayor Rhys Wil­liams at Man­durah Fo­rum.

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