Maureen lands £1000 windfall - thanks to the Evening Times

EVENING Times reader Maureen Clark is the latest lucky winner of our £1000 home delivery competition.

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Evening Times home delivery executive Paul Keaney presents Maureen Clark with her cheque Picture: Colin Templeton
Evening Times home delivery executive Paul Keaney presents Maureen Clark with her cheque Picture: Colin Templeton

She couldn't believe her luck when she found out she had won our prize just for having the Evening Times delivered.

Maureen, from Erskine, was the winner of this month's cash boost after being picked at random.

More than 1000 junior agents, usually aged between 13 and 16, distribute 16,000 copies of the paper each day, from Monday to Saturday, across Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

Stephen White, Evening Times delivery manager, said the junior agents are "a major part of the newspaper's distribution".

To have your Evening Times delivered to your door, or to join our team of junior agents, call 0141 302 7300.

You can also e-mail home.delivery@heraldandtimes.co.uk

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