MAD MEN: More 4 Men owner Tim Ellem got well and truly into the spirit of the Crazy Day sales last year. Photo: JoJo Newby
MAD MEN: More 4 Men owner Tim Ellem got well and truly into the spirit of the Crazy Day sales last year. Photo: JoJo Newby

Call out for acts

WANTED: Buskers and street performers!

If you've got a crazy party trick that's just too good to keep to yourself, why not do it in the street?

If you're a musician, circus acrobat or maybe you can juggle potatoes better than anyone else, this is your time to shine.

On October 25-26, Grafton will go into Crazy Day-mode as shops slash their prices and put on some ripper deals and we want some performers to fill the street.

Grafton Shoppingworld marketing assistant Alison Smith said customers were in for a real treat.

"It's our biggest sale of the year and it's throughout the whole of the shopping centre and the main street," Ms Smith said.

About 30 stores have registered so far to be slashing their prices for the crazy sale, so now we want performers to be the cherry on top of the cake.

There are no age requirements to participate and no permits are required, all you have to do is register with us at The Daily Examiner.

Phone Kirsty at The DEX on 6643 0555 to register.

Limited spots are available so get in now.



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