The Show goes on at OTR

    Despite South Australians missing out on the Royal Adelaide Show this year, locals won’t have to miss out entirely.

    Thanks to OTR, the show will go on as shoppers will be able to pick up a favourite showbag from their local OTR store.

    Twins Scarlett and Winter Luke (5) with Showbags at the OTR Walkerville. Friday, July 24, 2020. Photo By Kelly Barnes

    From 29 July, a range of chocolate, confectionery and novelty showbags will be sold across the network of OTR stores, thanks to a partnership between OTR and Bensons Trading’s Showbags, one of Australia’s leading Showbag suppliers.

    “Showbags are a key part of the Royal Show experience and a great treat for everyone, young and old,” says OTR General Manager Operations, Darryl Cotter.

    “Being a part of local communities in Adelaide and key regions throughout South Australia, OTR stores will make it convenient for people to buy their showbags and bring some joy of the Show back into their homes.”

    Confectionary Showbags will be priced at $5 and Novelty Showbags selling for $30.

    “Customers can also feel extra good when they buy a Showbag from OTR, as they can scan their OTR App barcode with their purchase and create a donation to their chosen OTRGive community partner at no cost to them. OTRGive has raised nearly $300,000 for SA charities including RSPCA, Canteen and Hutt St Centre, so you’re helping the community and doubling the joy your showbag will bring,” concludes Mr Cotter.

    For more information on the showbags being sold at OTR stores, visit:

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