Bank Night

Bank Night

obsolete A lottery event popular in the US during the Great Depression in which a member of a movie theater audience could win a cash prize if his or her name was called. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. Wouldn't you know it? The one time they call my name for Bank Night and I had to leave early for a dinner party!
See also: bank, night
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Monday is always Harry Chapin Food Bank Night - just another way the fair, itself a 501(c)3 charitable organization, gives back.
Confused since the car crash that killed his friends, Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a Kansas bank night cleaner.
Although the big prize is handed out next week, Gers picked up the Family Champions award at the Clydesdale Bank night.
As the store's manager she had to fill in for a sick employee and deliver the day's receipts to the bank night deposit box.
For example, in another case, a young man reported that an assailant stole money from him as he attempted to make a deposit in a bank night deposit drawer.
The victims - a 43-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman - were walking across the road to deposit the cash at the Barclays Bank night safe in High Street, Cowbridge, at 12.
When it's done, they fill out their bank deposit, prepare the money in the bags, lock it up and take it to the bank night drop.
South Bank night club boss Geoff Collins had bought High Farm at Skippers Lane intending to build a new nightclub.