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Celebrating 250,000 members

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A hundred and one lucky Lincolnshire Co-op members will soon be bagging prizes – and if you own a Dividend Card you could be one of them.

When the Society’s 250,000th member joins, they’ll scoop a whopping £250 in dividend, while 100 other existing members will be chosen at random and rewarded for their loyalty with £25 in dividend.

The 249,000th member has just signed up, meaning that the countdown is on for the quarter million member milestone. 

Lucky recipients will be able to spend their reward in any Lincolnshire Co-op outlet and can splash out on a festive feast, book a brilliant break or get their hands on a luxury bouquet.  

Member Engagement Manager Richard Whittaker said: “Every week we recruit hundreds of new members, so we could have a lucky winner any day now.

“Now is the perfect time to sign up – get your friends and family on board too!”

Membership application forms are available to download or to pick up in Lincolnshire Co-op food storespharmaciestravel branchesflorists and funeral homes – you’ve got to be in it to win it.


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