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Irish fuel company launches charity prize scheme

Howard Lake | 5 March 2015 | News

Irish fuel and convenience brand Topaz has launched a ‘Cash for Clubs’ scheme which has a top prize of €10,000.
Cash for Clubs is open to all clubs and all communities and every club that meets the threshold will be rewarded. As well as the top prize of €10,000, ten clubs will get €5,000, 140 will get €1,000 and every club after that will get €250.
The Topaz initiative will require those entering to collect stamps at some of the company’s 330 outlets throughout Ireland. Cash for Clubs runs until 10 May 2015 after which all complete entries will be entered in a draw which takes places on 15 May.
Clubs entering the scheme must register online at the company website. After that stamps can be collected by the clubs and friends.
Topaz is owned by billionaire Denis O’Brien who has supported a number of charitable causes in Ireland

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