Backing business

Hip Pocket Castlemaine's Darren and Trudy Gundy are proud to support the Golden Ticket promotion.

Our 2021 Castlemaine Mail ‘Golden Ticket’ promotion continues this week! You will discover the eighth piece of the jigsaw puzzle in today’s edition.
This year’s promotion has been proudly supported by local businesses Hip Pocket Workwear and Safety Castlemaine and PJ’s Discount Tyre Service.
Hip Pocket Castlemaine celebrated 10 years serving the local community this month and PJ’s Tyres have been a household name in the region for 33 years.
Both businesses pride themselves on great local service and top products.
Hip Pocket Castlemaine moved into its new purpose built premises just down the road at 20 Johnstone Street four years ago and stocks a massive range of workwear, safety gear and PPE, school and pre-school uniforms, healthcare uniforms, hospitality garments, farming apparel, corporate wear, sports uniforms, a wide array of work boots and lots more.
PJ’s Tyres is a proud family owned and operated business with husband and wife team Peter and Pat Finning, son Sean and daughter-in-law Phillipa working to ensure local customers get great local service and a top product.
PJ’s Tyres are proud to be a Hankook Master dealer and have a huge range of Hankook tyres to suit all makes and models and all budgets without sacrificing quality. They also have a wide array of other brands and are happy to order in tyres to meet your requirements.
To be in the running to win a share of $5000 to spend at Hip Pocket Castlemaine, PJ’s Tyres or one of our 19 other wonderful Golden Ticket buy local promotion businesses all you need do is collect the nine puzzle pieces which will appear in Mail over the nine weeks and paste them to the back of your ‘Golden Ticket’! First prize is $3000, second prize $1000 and third and fourth prize winners will receive $500 each. See today’s Mail for more details.

PJ’s Tyres operators Peter and Pat Finning urge readers to go for gold!
Lisa Dennis
Editor of the Castlemaine Mail newspaper and senior journalist on our sister paper the Midland Express. Over the last 24 years Lisa been proudly reporting news in the Mount Alexander and Macedon Ranges communities.