Fancy winning your Christmas dinner (plus dessert)?

first_imgDP Foods, owned by Don Pearson, is one of Donegal’s biggest and best food suppliers.Supplying companies such as Mc Gettigan’s hotel chain, the Silver Tassie, Rosapenna Hotel, Arnold’s Hotel, An Grianan Hotel, as well as shops and butchers throughout the North West.The Pearson family have been producing the finest turkeys in Donegal for over 30 years, and in the lead up to Christmas Don is shifting his market to cater for the general public along side all his catering customers. A busy man, Don can accommodate for all catering needs; large and small, with a wide range of products and services available.He has a fantastic competition on where you can win your entire Christmas dinner (and trimmings) simply by liking and sharing a post on his Facebook page!It’s free to enter, so why not?You could win a 6kg turkey, 4 kg gammon, 3kg duck, 2kg breadcrumbs, a bag of Yorkshire pudding, 1 kg of sprouts, and 2 kg prawns. Not to forget about dessert, which is arguably everyone’s favourite part of dinner, Don is also throwing in a large cheesecake and a huge four liter tub of ice-cream!To enter simply click here and like and share his Facebook post.Good luck!Fancy winning your Christmas dinner (plus dessert)? was last modified: November 1st, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Tico motorists to pay 12 percent more for vehicle circulation permits

first_imgThe Costa Rican Insurance Superintendency on Monday reported new prices motorists must pay for mandatory vehicle circulation permits, known asmarchamos, for next year.On average, this year’s prices are 12.4 percent higher than those approved for 2013, officials said at a press conference at the National Insurance Institute (INS) in San José.Vehicle owners must pay ₡20,856 ($42), which is ₡3,482 ($7) more than last year, while motorcycle owners can choose from two types of coverage.Those wanting ₡6 million ($12,000) coverage must pay ₡80,924 ($162), which is ₡2,777 ($5) more than they paid in 2012.For ₡3.5 million ($7,000) coverage, motorcycle owners must pay ₡61,306 ($122), or ₡593 ($1.50) more than last year.Representatives of motorcyclists joined INS Executive President Guillermo Constenla at the press conference in saying, “This year’s prices are fair.”Last year, hundreds of bikers protested what they called an “excessive” hike. Those protests ended in a stalemate when Constenla refused to budge on the issue.An estimated 1.2 million motorists must pay the circulation permit this year, according to the INS.The deadline to pay the marchamo is Dec. 31. Those failing to pay by that deadline could be fined ₡47,000 ($94). Find out how much you owe at the INS website, here. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rican officials agree ‘to study’ bikers’ demands after another day of protest Costa Rican biker protest ends without agreement Marchamo payments begin this week Marchamo Conflict May Reach World Trade Organizationlast_img read more

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