The Gift Herald: Be a part of The Greek Herald’s Special Christmas Giveaway!

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Good riddance and farewell 2020!

Given we were unable to go to Greece this year, The Greek Herald thought it would be fun to bring a bit of Greece to your Christmas holidays!

The Greek Herald is bringing Christmas cheer in the form of a hamper with many of our much loved products.

So what do you need to do to win these magnificent prizes? It’s super simple!

  1. Head to The Greek Herald’s Facebook comment section and tag your best friend or family member that you want to share this special hamper with!
  2. Go on The Greek Herald and give the Facebook page a Like.

A total of five winners will be announced, with entries eligible from any state across Australia.

Winners will be announced every week on Friday in the lead-up to Christmas, with the final winner announced on Christmas Day!

Go ahead and comment on our Facebook post and we’ll be contacting you in the next few weeks to let you know if you’ve been successful (be sure to check your Facebook inbox!)

Good luck and Merry Christmas!

UPDATE: Congratulations to our three competition winners so far!

  • Andrew Antoniou
  • Maria Iero
  • Penny Georgiadis

Still two up for grabs!

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