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The Boys Service Station draws Valentine’s promotion winners

The winning tickets from the draw included Winston Greenland of East End, Tortola who received first prize from one of the store owners, Rodney A. Simmons. Team of Reporters
Linda Leonard of Carrot Bay receiving her Prize. Photo: Team of Reporters
Linda Leonard of Carrot Bay receiving her Prize. Photo: Team of Reporters
Clifton Forbes in 3rd place received a gift voucher for $50. Photo: Team of Reporters
Clifton Forbes in 3rd place received a gift voucher for $50. Photo: Team of Reporters
SEA COW'S BAY, Tortola, VI - The Boys Service Station held its ‘Valentine’s Day Giveaway’ raffle drawing, yesterday, February 14, 2019.

The winning tickets from the draw included Winston Greenland of East End, Tortola, who received first prize, Linda Leonard of Carrot Bay who came in second and finally, Clifton Forbes in third place who received a gift voucher for $50.

To enter, customers had to spend a total of $20 or more on gas or diesel to receive a raffle ticket to become eligible for prizes like a dozen roses complements of Bella Blooms and a $150 shopping voucher redeemable at The Boys Market Place.  

The winning customers all expressed delight when receiving their prizes.

 

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