Lina Blair reaps the rewards of trolley tracking

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LINA Blair of Nicholls has collected a $1,000 prize for reporting a wayward shopping trolley from Woolworths Gungahlin through Trolley Tracker.

Since Trolley Tracker began it has taken over 1.3 million reports from people like Lina, helping to return over two million lost trolleys to their home stores and protecting the local environment.

Information on trolleys is reported directly to one of hundreds of trolley collection teams around the country who retrieve the trolley and return it to its home store.

[Photo Lina Blair with Woolworths Gungahlin Acting Store Manager Felice Massari]

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