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OfficeMax winner shares winnings with Papatoetoe children

Manukau resident, Keryn McCutcheon, has found saving a few pennies on behalf of Papatoetoe SDA Community Playgroup makes good sense as she is announced the winner of an exclusive Croxley promotion run by OfficeMax.

Awarded $1,000 in prize money, Keryn said the Playgroup has been an OfficeMax customer since 1996 and really enjoyed the convenience of the Croxley product range.

“We usually try to keep Croxley pre-paid products on hand as they save time and money anyway and we frequently mail out communication and newsletters to our families to ensure they don’t get lost.

“When I saw the promotion I thought it would be nice to win but of course I didn’t ever anticipate I actually would,” she said.

“The money is going back into the Playgroup.  We are going to put some of it towards repairing aspects of the fencing around the playground, and the rest we will use to discount excursions so all the families benefit,” Keryn said.

From 1 July 2012 postage is set to rise by up to 16 per cent.  Savvy shoppers and business owners have been stocking up on their most-used Croxley postage items with all non-denominational products still valid and holding their value after the rise.

OfficeMax Sales Manager for School Supplies, Andrew Ah Kiau said that OfficeMax took note of the increase in demand from the last rise in October 2010 and has ensured adequate stock will be available.

“People are particularly keen to make their dollar go further, especially in the current financial climate.  A saving of up to 16 per cent is a significant one, especially given many of our small business customers are needing to post multiple items all over the country every day,” Andrew said.

“The entry mechanic is so simple: just purchase a Croxley non-denominational postage product from OfficeMax between now and 17 June to go into the draw to win,” he said