Farmers’ markets celebrate Meet My Market Month

Win a three night getaway for two to Sparkling Hill Resort in the Okanagan

  • Jul. 2, 2015 7:00 a.m.

Introduce a friend to the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market for a chance to win big.

Bring a friend to the Farmers’ Market in July and you could win a three night getaway for two to Sparkling Hill Resort in the Okanagan – plus more.

The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market and BC Association of Farmers’ Markets announce that July is Meet My Market month at farmers’ markets across the province.

Beginning July 1, British Columbians are invited to celebrate their best source for fresh, healthy food grown close to home by introducing a friend to the Farmers’ Market and entering a grand prize giveaway. Meet My Market month kicks off on July 1 and runs until July 31.

The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market will be offering weekly draws for a treat from a vendor at the market that week, as well as entering your name in the grand prize draw.

Here’s how:

Simply bring a friend to the Market and fill out a ballot at the info booth beside the stage. Your name will be entered into the weekly draw, as well as the grand prize draw at the end of the month.

There are also various ways to win via social media.

Go to bit.ly/1g8P9QR for all the details.

 

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