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Telstra offering small businesses chance to put name up in lights

Want to see your business's name in lights at the footy?

Telstra is giving away a share of $1 million in advertising space to a small business in round nine of the NRL Telstra Premiership.

That includes promotion on the big screen and signage at the stadium as well as the broadcast. An additional 50 small businesses will be promoted via their local Telstra store and the My Telstra app.

To enter the competition, register your interest in a Telstra Go Digital consult, ensure you meet the eligibility criteria and explain why your business could really use its name up in lights.

The competition closes on March 23.

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