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Its still Christmas for Ellerslie winners

Sunday, January 19, 2014
From left, J&G Holdings representativ Kristen Correia, winner Janine Planchard, second placed Lizzy Jardim, Stechers representative Jason Cunha and Stechers special prize hamper winner Garvin Le Gendre.

It might be Carnival season, but to the winners of the Ellerslie Plaza’s Winner’s Wonderland promotion, it still feels a lot like Christmas. The grand prize draw was held on January 10, where two lucky participants walked away winners. The grand prize winner, Janine Planchard, who bought her chance to win at Peter Elias, won an all inclusive trip for four to Curacao. 


Lizzy Jardim got her winning chance from Happy Hut and won the second place prize of an all inclusive trip for two to Tobago. The third prize was a special reward sponsored by Stechers, awarded to Garvin Le Gendre, whose winning receipt came from the Crocs store. In addition, there were ten consolation prizes of $500 each. The names of these lucky runner-ups and the stores they shopped at are as follows:
• Eric Etienne (Mouttet Jewelers)
• Sharen Bidaisee (Bijoux Terner)
• Kenneth Lue Chee-Lip (RadioShack)
• Nichola Abraham (Peter Elias)
• Raquel July (RadioShack)
• Anita Aleong (Sun Tings)
• Russell Aleong (Sun Tings)
• Verla Daniel (Chazzz)
• Narisa Dialdas (Zippers)
• Monica Campbell (Nature’s Discount)


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