A decorated box for contest entries at Black Bond Books in Haney Place Mall. (Contributed)

Win a wish worth thousands of dollars in Maple Ridge

The Win Your Wish contest runs from Nov. 25 to Dec. 31 downtown Maple Ridge

Thousands of dollars worth of gift packages up for grabs in the Downtown Maple Ridge BIA’s Win Your Wish contest.

To enter all you have to do is make a purchase at any of the participating businesses downtown Maple Ridge. Then write your name, phone number, and desired prize package on the back of the receipt and drop it into any of the decorated, designated drop boxes downtown, including the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre. Entries can also be made online at winyourwish.ca.

Any receipt can be entered to win the draw from a coffee to a pair of eyeglasses and shoppers can enter as many times as they would like.

Prize packages include a $2,000 gift certificate for Transat Travel for the Transat holiday package of the winners’ choice, a $2,000 home toys package with a $1,500 gift certificate for Haney Sewing & Sound plus an iPad Mini, a $2,000 home sweet home package including a $1,500 gift certificate for Fuller Watson BrandSource Home Furnishings plus an iPad Mini, a $2,000 spa package including $1,500 gift certificate for Cloud9 Beautique plus an iPad Mini, or a $2,000 gift certificate for Ryan Jewellers towards jewellery of winners’ choice. All iPads have been donated by the Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association.

Last year more than 22,000 receipts were entered in the contest.

The contest runs from Nov. 25 to Dec. 31.

For more information go to WinYourWish.ca.

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