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Tuesday, 25th February, 2014 4:22pm
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Win 700 litres of home heating oil!

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Win 700 litres of home heating oil!

Win 200 litres of Home Heating Oil!!

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Tommy Dowd Oil has joined forces with the Meath Chronicle to give one lucky reader the chance to win 700 litres of home heating oil in a great new draw.

To be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is fill in the coupon in the Meath Chronicle over the next three weeks. Readers can enter as often as they wish. Tommy Dowd Oil, based in Athboy and Kells, is an authorised Texaco home heating oil distributor.

Dedication to customer service has been a main principle of the company since it was founded by the former Meath All-Ireland-winning captain and his wife, Geraldine, more than 12 years ago. After an early spell in Gibbstown, the company moved to the Athboy Business Park six years ago and, more recently, the company expanded its presence to Kells with the opening of a new service station on the Gardenrath Road in Kells.

Tommy Dowd Oil is now one of the most recognised and trusted brands throughout County Meath for a range of fuels at competitive prices, from ‘Super Clean’ Texacobranded petrol and diesel to kerosene. The company also sells coal, briquettes, sticks and gas.

So to be in with a chance of winning this prize to keep your home heated this weather, make sure you enter the competition in the Meath Chronicle over the next three weeks!

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