The Weekly Advertiser Horsham
‘Deadly’ partnership a winner
Horsham Plaza has partnered with Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative for its annual Father’s Day competition.
One lucky shopper will win a ‘Deadly Bike’ dragster valued at more than $500.
Plaza manager Allison Roberts said to enter, people had to spend $20 or more at any Horsham Plaza store.
Mrs Roberts said Goolum Goolum community programs manager Dean O’loughlin had been running a ‘Deadly Bike’ youth program through the organisation.
“The program was so successful with their community engagement that they continued to make the dragsters after the program had finished,” she said.
“The bike is not refurbished, it is brand shiny new.”
The black and chrome bike is labelled ‘Deadly Bike’.
Mrs Roberts said she had seen the Goolum Goolum bike project some time ago and wanted to partner together to give away a dragster.
“It just looks so cool with the twisted chrome forks, white wheel tyres and ape hanger handlebars. The winner will be very excited,” she said.
The competition will be drawn on Friday, September 3 at noon.