Christmas came early at Lidl Longford for Harry Hall.
Harry was the winner of the Lidl Longford Trolley Dash supermarket sweep competition and he managed to grab himself €364.61 worth of Christmas shopping for free.
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Harry was one of 158 Lidl shoppers across the country who had 2 minutes to dash around a Lidl store and fill their trolley with as many products as possible.
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€1 tickets were sold in Lidl stores across the country from November 12 to December 2.
100% of proceeds from the sale of the tickets went to Jigsaw, Lidl’s charity partner. In County Longford alone over €2,500 was raised.
The Trolley Dash, which raised over €213,000 across Ireland, is part of Lidl’s pledge to raise €1 million for Jigsaw in the next 3 years.
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