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First weekly draw this week

The first weekly draw of 'Seven Wonders of Sri Lanka' the competition of the year launched by the Daily News will be held this week. The winners of the weekly draw will be selected from among over 3,000 entries received so far from Daily News readers islandwide.

The lucky winners of this first weekly draw will receive a host of prizes including mobile phones and stays at star-class hotels. All readers who have sent coupons in line with the competition rules will be eligible for the draw.

The 'Seven Wonders of Sri Lanka' competition was commenced to pick the seven most popular places in the country.

Among the most popular place in Sri Lanka, according to the nominations already received, are the Sri Dalada Maligawa, Sinharaja forest, Arugambay, Sigiriya and the Sri Pada.

The contest which is open only to 'Daily News' readers, features a large number prizes worth over Rs.three million in addition to the valuable prizes to be distributed by weekly draws.

Readers can take part in the contest by sending in the seven places in Sri Lanka they consider to be the seven greatest wonders (in the order of their preference), written on coupons published on the 'Daily News' from May 26.

A special feature of the contest is the ability of readers to increase their chances of winning by sending in as many coupons as possible.

The Seven Wonders voted for by the majority of readers will be declared the Seven Wonders of Sri Lanka, and the readers whose coupons get these Seven Wonders in correct order will receive the prizes.

The first prize of the contest 'Seven Wonders of Sri Lanka' will be a Geely motor car worth Rs.two million while the other prizes include an LG LCD Television, a Piaggio motor cycle, an Elba electric cooker, an LG fully-auto washing machine, an LG double-door refrigerator, an LG colour television, an LG home theatre system, an LG microwave oven and a LG DVD Player.

 

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