David Templeton has helped customers win a combined $80,000.
David Templeton has helped customers win a combined $80,000.

Good Guys have luck with wins

WHATEVER luck salesman David Templeton has, it is rubbing off on his customers.

Two of his clients at The Good Guys Tweed Heads South have won a combined $80,000 in the past six months thanks to competitions linked to the products he sold them.

“I must be their lucky charm,” the 26-year-old joked.

“My luck never works for me though, it hasn't won me the lottery yet.”

In February, Mr Templeton sold Banora Point resident Wanda Hanlon an LCD television, which in turn won her $30,000 thanks to a national promotion.

More recently, the lucky salesman sold a television and microwave to a Tweed Heads resident, who went on to win $50,000 through another national cash giveaway promotion.

It was the Queensland prize as part of a $250,000 national competition.

“Considering these are national campaigns, the chances of selling products to both major winners are pretty slim,” Mr Templeton said.

“You can imagine I'm a little proud of myself for having a hand in both wins.”

The Good Guys Tweed Heads South proprietor Rory Curtis said he was lucky to have Mr Templeton on his team.

“I couldn't have asked for a better outcome from both competitions,” Mr Curtis said.

“I'm always saying that the Tweed community is our livelihood, so I'm glad our shoppers have been rewarded for supporting us.

“I think we will have to start having David organise a staff lotto syndicate now.”



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