Written by Scott Campbell.
Published at 11:39 GMT on Saturday, 10th November 2012.
Cumbernauld Shopping Centre get Rewards for Schools promotion off to a ‘flying start’


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CUMBERNAULD Shopping Centre have said that their ‘Rewards for Schools’ promotion, which is run in partnership with the Cumbernauld News has got off to a “flying start.”

 

The promotion was launched on the 24th September and runs until 16th November, with over 1,100 tokens donated across the fourteen participating schools taken in so far.

 

The Shopping Centre have said that the current contributory leader is Abronhill Primary School.

 

Schools taking part in the campaign include Abronhill Primary School, Bankier Primary School, Banton Primary School, Cumbernauld Primary School, Eastfield Primary School, Kildrum Primary School, Kilsyth Primary School, Ravenswood Primary School, St Andrew's Primary School, St Lucy's Primary School, St Margaret of Scotland Primary School, St Mary's Primary School, Westfield Primary School and Woodlands Primary School.

 

The promotion offers local schools the chance to win cash prizes, with a total prize fund of £1500 up for grabs.

 

From now until 16th November, shoppers can collect one token for every £10 or more spent at participating stores within Cumbernauld Shopping Centre.

 

Shoppers can then donate their token to the participating school of their choice by placing it in the token collection box, located near Greggs.   The school with the highest number of tokens will be revealed on 17th November at the Christmas Light Switch On and will receive a cash prize of £500. The schools in second, third, fourth and fifth will split the rest of the prize pool.

 

Robert Barr, Centre Manager for Cumbernauld Shopping Centre, said: “We are pleased with the amount of tokens that have already been collected and donated to the participating schools and we hope the promotion continues to be popular. By announcing the current leader we hope the participating schools can have some competitive light hearted fun!”


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