You could win $2,016!

This New Year's one very lucky Boundary resident will be rewarded for shopping locally!

  • Dec. 11, 2015 6:00 a.m.

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This New Year’s one very lucky Boundary resident will be rewarded for shopping locally

and WIN a $2,016 shopping spree where they will have a total of 2,016 seconds (33.6 minutes) to spend $2,016 at all of the participating merchants to a maximum of $300 at any one merchant. (the clock will be stopped when travelling between merchants or tallying totals)

Receive an entry every time you make a purchase $10 or over at any participating business.

It’s our way of saying THANK YOU for supporting Boundary businesses this holiday season!

Sponsored by the City of Grand Forks, Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce, Grand Forks Credit Union, Grand Forks Gazette and participating businesses.

 

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