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WIN an Acoustic Guitar from McConnack’s Music
To celebrate the completion of major refurbishment work at its store in Bath Street, Glasgow, McCormack’s Music and The List are giving away prizes totalling almost E1000 over the next four weeks.
McCormack’s is Glasgow’s oldest family-owned music store. Since it started in 1937, it has sold a staggering 250,000 guitars, a whopping 100 tons of brass instruments, 600,000 sets of strings and over £8m worth of instruments to Scottish schools through its specialist education department. It also houses the largest sheet music department in Glasgow.
To be in with a chance to win a Jim Deacon acoustic guitar, just tell us:
How many guitars has McCormack’s sold since it started in 1937?
Answers on an email marked ‘MCCORMACK'S —- 1’ to firstname.lastname@example.org or on a postcard to
The List, 14 High St, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE.
Deadline for entries is noon on Friday 15 August 2003. Please include a daytime telephone number.
MCCORMACKS ' MUSICAL iNSTRUMENTS
33 Bath Street
0141 332 6644 www.mccorrnacks-music.com
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