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Three Hills Maltese clocks promotion is a great success

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Three Hills Maltese clocks promotion is a great successDue to the great success of the Three Hills Maltese clocks promotion, Magro Brothers said that it is once again offering their clients the chance to win l-Arlogg tal-Lira

Previous campaigns have proved to be highly popular and the company said they are “back with 4 beautiful hand-crafted clocks to be won.”

The clocks, better known as “l-Arlogg tal-Lira” are hand-crafted by dedicated craftsmen and are still made using age-old traditions handed down from generation to generation. They are made of wood which is plastered with over 20 layers of chalk and then hand-painted and gilded in 24carat gold leaf. The face of the clock also captures the classic characteristics of this 400 year old tradition with hand painted roman numerals and a unique landscape portraying the beauty of Gozo.

Each clock takes over 3 months of intense and passionate labour – a real gem of the past heritage of the island

To participate please send 2 Three Hills Kunserva lids (glass / cans) or tubes by post to ‘Magro Brothers (Foods) Ltd., The Magro Food Village, Xewkija, Gozo XWK 3000. Do not forget to include your name, address and telephone/mobile number.

The winner will have to answer a simple question to claim their prize.

Photo shows the second clock winner: Mr Gino Pavia from Zejtun.

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    2 Responses

    1. L. Mizzi says:

      Prosit Gino, living at Zejtun but a 100% Gozitan breed.

    2. Veronica Debono says:

      Is the lottery still going on ? Is there a way we can deposit our lids somewhere in Malta to avoid the expensive postage ? How about leaving them at some supermarkets of Magro Brothers; choice.

      Many are discouraged from participating because of the hassle of the post office!

      Appreciate a favourable reply.

      Why don’ t you do the same participation for the huge family size tins ?

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