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Docklands connection pays off

30 Aug 2011

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Tess Galea sat down in front of the television on July 17 to learn a little about Docklands.  

Little did she know she would soon have $1000 worth of Docklands hospitality to redeem.

The Brookfield resident was doing the research because her son John is engaged to marry his long-term sweetheart Brook Mallia in Docklands on January 14.

As it turned out, Tess didn’t find anywhere to stay in Docklands through watching the episode of Postcards on Channel Nine, but she did win the viewers’ prize – $1000 worth of Central Pier hospitality.

And, what a coincidence.  John and Brook had already booked MAIA in Shed 14 for their wedding reception.

Brook said she looked at a few different places for her special day, but nothing compared with Docklands.

“It’s got a modern look with a heritage feel,” she said.  “Nothing compared with it since I first saw it.”

The $1000 prize comprises a $300 voucher for the Woolshed Pub, a $200 voucher for VaBene and $500 “Rock Star Experience” package for up to 20 people at Alumbra.

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