Contest time – win tickets for Kris Kringle Craft Market

  • Nov. 8, 2017 2:30 p.m.

It’s contest time!

The Record has two pairs of tickets to give away to the 2017 Kris Kringle Craft Market in Nanaimo, valid any day for a single day entrance from Thurday, Nov. 16 until Sunday, Nov.19.

The market is taking place at Beban Park, and tickets are valued at $10/each.

Interested in a pair? Just comment below and your name will be entered into the draw.

The draw will be made Thursday, Nov. 9 at noon; tickets must be picked up at The Record office (765 McPhee) no later than Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 5 p.m.

Winners will be notified via Facebook.

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