READY FOR A SUPER SALE: Mail-Times media consultants Maddy Creek, April Rabl and Peter Carter, with Horsham businessmen Howard Schier, Matt Latus and John Latimer. Today is a one-day-only Super Stocktake Sale, which involves more than 30 Horsham businesses.Picture: EMMA COUTTSHORSHAM businesses will open their doors to thrifty shoppers today with the Super Stocktake Sale.

The annual event includes more than 30 businesses slashing prices for one day.

Wimmera Mail-Times advertising manager Clint King said one customer would also go home with $1000.

He said customers who made a purchase at a participating store and filled out a coupon would go into a draw for the money.

The prize can be spent at any of the participating businesses.

Mr King said free parking in Horsham CBD and in the Forty Winks carpark completed a great shopping day.

He encouraged people to support the businesses.

“It would be great for people in the Wimmera to come to Horsham and get a bargain,’’ he said.

Latus Jewellers’ Matt Latus said it was important for businesses to support the Super Stocktake Sale.

He said the store was often involved.

“I think it brings people into the town,’’ he said.

“It’s been very successful the past few years it’s been run. It gets a few people out shopping.’’

Mr Latus said the store would have 25 per cent off all stock.

He said that included gold and silver jewellery, diamond engagement rings, dress rings and watches.

Horsham Sports and Leisure manager Howard Schier said his business had been involved in the Super Stocktake Sale since the beginning.

He said sales today would include half price on football boots, 30 per cent off tennis racquets and up to 50 per cent off footwear.

He said there would also be 20 per cent off Adidas trackpants and racks of clothing from $10.

“It’s good for the town,’’ he said. “We always like to take part. It’s a good opportunity for people to get involved and save some money.’’

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