116 days ago

Win Free Chinese Massage - go to our page on Facebook for chance to win

Julie King from Love Soup

🥰WIN - Free Chinese Massage with thanks to Health Rebuilt
we are gifting 3 lucky people an opportunity to experience one of the best! Highly recommended by Julie King 🥰

each Sunday we will pick a winner 3 to give away.

For a chance to win Please Tag name of person/or yourself you would like to enter, Like our Page, Like Health Rebuilt page
(On our Page on Facebook link below)

Everyone tagged in comment section below on our page, name will be entered in to be drawn at 5pm each Sunday 1 per person per week for 3 weeks

Dates drawn

Sunday 10th Nov

Sunday 17th Nov

Sunday 24th Nov

total 3 winners, everyone welcome to enter location for Massage is in Albany, winner would need to make their own way to location.

winners will be announced in the comments section

Unit 9, 51 William Pickering Drive, Albany, Auckland

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