Get excited people. We’re launching the Fudge Competition… the one we’ve been teasing you about for ages! The delectable prize has been supplied by Maurice and Helen Curtis from Eaglehawk Neck on the Tasman Peninsula. They’re the proud (and generous!) owners of Fudgey.

Fudge Competition - Sample

Delicious Fudgey Fudge

Fudge Competition: Ready, Set, Go!

Up for grabs in this fudge competition is a pack containing…

  • 8 x 100g pieces of fudge
  • 2 x 100g sample packs
  • 2 x Fudgey marshmallow skewers

Total prize pack is valued at $63-00. At the conclusion of this fudge competition, Maurice and Helen will mail the goodies to any address in Australia. International readers are welcome to play too. They would just be required to pay for delivery themselves, should they be the randomly-selected prize-winner.

Fudgey - Chocolcate Marshmallow

Chocolate-coated marshmallow: Fudgey

Fudgey products are currently available from Elizabeth Street Food + Wine and Hill Street Grocer in Hobart; Vines and Designs at Copping; and Eucalypt Cafe at Port Arthur as well as a number of stores in Launceston and the north of the State.

For more information, follow Fudgey on Facebook. To place an order contact Maurice and Helen by email or phone 0431 863 546. Customers can also purchase fudge online.

As we’ve said before, the competition rules on Facebook are all too hard, so we’re going to keep this in-house. We’re also going to keep it REALLY simple. If you are subscribed to receive the free newsletter from Think Tasmania, you are eligible to enter. Apparently a random draw is still allowed in Tasmania without applying for a permit, so here’s what you need to do…

Step 1 – be a subscriber to the FREE newsletter from Think Tasmania*

Step 2 – leave a reply at the bottom of this article.

And that’s it! This will be a random draw, so comments won’t influence the outcome. But if you’d like to leave any feedback for Maurice and Helen about Fudgey, that would be really great. You could discuss your personal desire to win this prize, or even Think Tasmania… we’d love to hear it all, and we’ll be closely following all the comments. We won’t reply individually because that would upset the competition app (it might award us the prize!).

Fudge Competititon ~ Common Sense Please?

  • Leave a comment on this post by midnight 11th November 2013 (local time). We’ll choose a random winner using our website’s competition app.
  • The fudge prize pack (as described) from Fudgey with a retail value of $63.00 is the one and only prize.
  • Fair and reasonable terms and conditions automatically apply. So one entry each (our app is able to detect multiple entries).
  • Please apply common sense to all aspects of this fudge competition… we’d hate to disqualify someone for being silly.
  • We won’t use your email address for anything sinister, because we firmly believe in doing the right thing. Always. Don’t you?
  • We’ll announce the winner’s name here, on Facebook and Twitter. We’ll also contact the winner by email, and advise Maurice and Helen Curtis (the owners of Fudgey) of the competition results.

What else do we need to stipulate? Nothing? Okay… then it’s over to you. Comment away! We wish you all the very best of luck. And if you’d be kind enough to share this fudge competition with all your peeps, we’d be extremely happy. Besides showing a little friendly community spirit by spreading the joy, sharing will also no doubt lead to similar competitions in the future. And THAT can only be a good thing for everyone!

*We ask that you subscribe to Think Tasmania for these competitions for several reasons. Of course we’d prefer any prizes go to dedicated followers; and we need to make sure we can contact the winners. What makes it to the Newsfeed of Facebook is a bit random, and not everyone even uses social media. Most people can receive an email however, so that’s our sure-fire way of reaching everyone. And finally, we like to share all the great things on offer in Tasmania with as many interested readers as possible – that’s our mission!

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