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NFRN member Javed Iqbal, who owns Superway-Keystore, in Livingston, has been awarded a whopping £10,000 prize in Camelot’s Site, Stock, Sell online quarterly prize draw.

Javed consistently maintained high in-store standards across all three months of the quarter, giving him automatic entry into the big draw – which hands out a £10,000 top prize and ten £1,000 prizes.

Javed said: “When I found out I’d won, I was actually shell-shocked. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. I always used to see other winners of this prize and think ‘wow that would be amazing to win!’

“After an extremely hard year for everyone, my wife and I will take great pleasure in treating our children and, if possible, I will use it to help expand my business so I can help support my loyal customers even more.

“The shop is like a community hub, and having the National Lottery here allows us to interact with our customers and we get to see the excitement on their faces when they have a winning ticket!”

A further ten National Lottery retailers each won £1,000 in the draw, including NFRN members Samithamby Sivanantham, who owns JK News, in Mansfield; Samantha Smith, of Elton House News, in Ipswich; and Asif Hanif, of North Berwick Newsagents, in North Berwick.

Camelot’s head of field Sales, James Dunbar, said: “Congratulations to all the winners in this quarter’s Site, Stock, Sell online prize draw – keep up the fantastic work!”

National Lottery retailers who are not signed up to the National Lottery Retailer Hub and would like to get involved with Camelot’s rewards programmes, including Site, Stock, Sell online, can sign up at www.tnlretailerhub.co.uk.

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