‘Win Your Wish’ returns downtown

Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Assocation annual shopping event

Local shoppers have a chance to win one of four prize packages this holiday season as “Win Your Wish” returns to downtown Maple Ridge for the third year in a row.

Any receipt from a downtown Maple Ridge business can be entered into the draw for either a $2,000 gift certificate for Transat Travel towards a holiday package of the winner’s choice or a $2,000 home toys package, including a $1,500 gift certificate to Haney Sewing & Sound, and an iPad Mini; a $2,000 home sweet home package, including a $1,500 gift certificate to Fuller Watson BrandSource Home Furnishings, and an iPad Mini; or a $2,000 downtown shopping spree, including $1,500 to spend around downtown Maple Ridge, and an iPad Mini, all provided by the Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association.

Any receipt from a downtown purchase can be entered to win, from a coffee to eye glasses.

To enter, write your name, phone number, and desired prize package on the back of your receipt. Then drop that receipt in any of the designated draw boxes around town.

Need to keep your receipts? Entries can be made online at winyourwish.ca.

Shoppers can enter as many times as they like.

The more you shop, the better your chances of winning.

Businesses are getting into the spirit by decorating their draw boxes, so there are many places to enter around town, including ValleyFair Mall and Haney Place Mall.

Everyone who shops local has a chance to win.

Last year, over 10,000 receipts were entered.

In 2013, a receipt for a $1.50 cup of coffee was drawn as a winner.

 

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