Grabbing a Selfie with Elfie was a huge hit with young shoppers on Saturday morning.
The tautoko Wairoa shop local promotion had tamariki tearing around town in search of the elusive Elfie who kept popping up in the most obscure places.
The competition saw Elfie hiding in local businesses, and once discovered tamariki aged between 0-16 could take a selfie with Elfie and tag Wairoa District Council on Facebook.
The pre-Christmas game proved to be a popular pastime with loads of parents and adults supporting their tamariki to take part.
Wairoa District Council chief executive Kitea Tipuna thanked all those businesses and whānau who took part in the festive fun.
Winners were randomly selected, and each will receive a $50 voucher to spend at one of the following participating businesses: Osler’s Bakery, Eastland Building and Farm Supplies, The Wairoa Star, Local Living, Wairoa Appliance Centre, Ecko, Books on Parade, Arigato Mum’s Sushi, Bloom ‘n Loco, Hammer Hardware and the Ponderosa.
Congratulations to the winners who have all been contacted.
The Selfie with Elfie campaign is part of a Wairoa District Council Tautoko Wairoa promotion to encourage shoppers to buy local and support our Wairoa businesses.
23 December 2021
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