Shop and Win winner Dianne Fromholtz, of Riverside, shows off her flash new watch to The Examiner media sales cadet Jonathon Williams, left, and Jim Hughes & Sons Jewellers owner Rob Turner. Picture: GEOFF ROBSONBEFORE this week, all Riverside’s Dianne Fromholtz had ever won was a crate of apples.
As the winner of The Examiner’s final Shop and Win weekly competition, Mrs Fromholtz is now the owner of a Swarovski watch, a pendant and earrings from Launceston’s Jim Hughes & Sons Jewellers.
She said it was a nice surprise when she found out she had won the Swarovski Citra Sphere Chrono White Stainless Steel Watch.
“I don’t win things very often, so it was really nice,” Mrs Fromholtz said.
“I was really surprised at the value of the watch – it’s absolutely beautiful.
“I think that before this I’ve won a crate of apples, so it was nice to win something substantial.”
Jim Hughes & Sons Jewellers owner Rob Turner said it was nice to be able to give a member of the community such a high-quality piece of jewellery.
“We like to donate and we just thought it would be a nice way to promote Swarovski coming into Mother’s Day,” Mr Turner said.
“The watch is Swiss-made, a quality timepiece, and the earrings are traditional and glamorous.”
A Mazda 2 Maxx, the major prize of the competition, will be drawn at Launceston Mazda at 11am today. The winner must be present at the draw to claim the prize.
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