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Ski Lodge shines in winter

13 Aug 2013

Chill on Ice Lounge and Ski Lodge has continued its charity raising efforts for the Starlight Foundation, taking part in a small business campaign to raise more than $50,000 last month.

As part of a Living Social campaign, the program asked small businesses across Australia to donate part of their profits to Starlight, which raises money for kids with cancer.

It is the second time Chill on Ice Lounge and Ski Lodge has been involved in the program, after it helped to raise funds last year.

Chill On’s Nicole Smith said the company was thrilled to again take part in such a special program, and encouraged any other businesses to get behind Starlight.

“We regularly run deals with the Living Social program for Starlight. It all runs really smoothly, and we’re happy to give back where we can,” Ms Smith said.

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