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Enter quickly and you’ll be in like Flynn!

Tuesday, 25th February, 2014 4:52pm

Enter quickly and you’ll be in like Flynn!

WIN 700 LITRES of Home Heating Oil!

Well shiver me timbers! Actually, scratch that: there’ll be no need to shiver – and no need for timber either, for the winner of a fantastic competition from Flynn Fuels in conjunction with the Westmeath Examiner.

Flynn’s have put up a whopping 700 litres of home heating oil as the prize for one lucky reader of the Westmeath Examiner – which should definitely keep any house nice and toasty for a long time to come.

And to ensure everyone gets a fair chance, they’ve made the entry question very easy: There are 28 days in February this year, true or false?

All you have to do is text FUEL, followed by a space, and then the answer – either true or false – and finish up with your name and text it to 57199. It costs €1 every time you enter – but you can enter as often as you wish, up to a maximum of 30 entries per day. The lines close at midnight on Thursday February 27, and the winner will be contacted by phone on Friday February 28.

But you’ll have to be quick as there only a few days left before we pick the lucky winner!

Since 1993, Flynn Fuels has been providing an efficient and friendly service to customers across the midlands. They are one of the area’s leading Texaco oil distributors, supplying home heating oil, diesel, petrol and lubricants.

This generous prize is the firm giving something back to the public at large – and it’s one that will really warm up someone’s winter.

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