Win this present from Progress Suzuki worth over £300
Progress Suzuki in Old Stratford have wrapped up this present worth over £300 and it can be yours.
Winning the present is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1- Like and share this Facebook post
2- Like the Progress Suzuki page
3- Comment on the post with what you think the present is.
Each correct answer will go into a draw on the 20th of December. Listen on 106.3FM for clues over the next few days. You must live in a MK postcode area to enter. This is subject to our usual terms and conditions.
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