FinderFest makes a treasure-filled return - St Vincent de Paul Society QLD
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    FinderFest makes a treasure-filled return

    Celebrities like RICKI-LEE, Ball Park Music, Reece Walsh and Troy and Jem Cassar-Daly are just some of the icons on the line up for Finderfest.

    Our massive state-wide celebrity treasure hunt Finderfest, which made its debut in February this year, is returning this week with a whole new line-up of celebrity donations! 

    Celebrities donating their items to Vinnies for lucky shoppers to find include singer RICKI-LEE, NRL player Reece Walsh, musicians Troy Cassar-Daley and Jem Cassar-Daley, Ball Park Music and more. 

    Items include RICKI-LEE’S 2023 Logies dress, signed Nike boots from Reece Walsh and signed guitars from Troy Cassar-Daley, Jem Cassar-Daley and Ball Park Music, to name a few. 

    The next Finderfest will take place over three days, 9-11 November, and shoppers can pick up a celebrity pre-loved treasure by finding a golden ticket scattered around Vinnies Shops throughout Queensland.  

    Rugby League sensation, Reece Walsh, is giving Queenslanders the chance to walk in his shoes, donating a number of his favourite sporting items to Vinnies’ state-wide treasure hunt.  

    “Lucky Queenslanders across the state will have the chance to find some of my most prized possessions in-store this Finderfest, including a signed pair of my boots which were worn in a recent match in Melbourne, a signed shirt and a pair of my Grip Start Socks,” he said.  

    “I’m stoked to be part of this great initiative and what makes it even more special for me is the chance to give back to the community.” 

    Finderfest treasure hunters will also receive a $5 gift voucher with their purchase, encouraging them to come back and shop sustainably. 

    All items sold at our Vinnies Shops go towards supporting local people in need in that community.

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