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Bad timing Simon

30 Jun 2010

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Timing is everything

Yarra’s Edge IT specialist Simon Neale’s timing was off on June 24 when he left Victoria Harbour Westpac branch moments before his ticket was drawn to win the major prize in a fundraising raffle.

The Docklands’ Westpac branch in Merchant St, Victoria Harbour, turned two last month and invited the community along to a small celebration.

Manager Luke Ives and his staff conducted a raffle to raise funds for breast cancer research and Mr Neale’s name came out of the barrel.

A quick call to his mobile resulted in Simon turning his car around and returning to be presented with a very glamorous hamper from local business Fruit for You and Flowers Too.

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