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Coolum Raw Energy owner Jimmy Carruthers serves lattes to locals Xian Findlay and Dan Haywood.
Coolum Raw Energy owner Jimmy Carruthers serves lattes to locals Xian Findlay and Dan Haywood. Darryn Smith

THE people of Coolum love their coffee.

And Raw Energy Coolum owner Jimmy Carruthers is more than happy to supply.

Raw Energy is one of dozens of stores signed up for the We Love Coolum and North Shore campaign running throughout April.

One lucky shopper will win a $1000 Bendigo Bank account just by buying locally.

The campaign is being run by the Coolum and North Shore News and Marcoola Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank.

"The locals are fantastic. We get good support from our friendly, happy customer base," Mr Carruthers said.

"We see a lot of tourists as well, they love it here, especially when the weather is good."

Marcoola Community Bank Branch manager Judy Blackall said they were excited at the support local businesses had been receiving from being a part of the campaign.

"Entries are flowing in and I would encourage all readers to take part by dropping in to the nominated shopsand possibly win a $1000 bank account," Ms Blackall said.

To enter, shop at participating stores up until April 30 to receive an entry form.

Complete the entry form and place in the entry box at the Marcoola Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank or the Coolum Surf Live Saving Club.

For terms and conditions visit coolum-news.com.au.

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