Farmers’ market contest

Grand prize is Okanagan getaway

Abbotsford Farm and Country Market

While many Abbotsford residents already head down to the farmers’ market every Saturday, now they will have a chance to win a weekend getaway for two to Sparkling Hill Resort.

By bringing a friend to the market, attendees can enter a ballot at the info booth, or they can also take a photo and post it on Twitter or Instagram tagging @bcfarmersmarket and add #MeetMyMarket to enter.

Social media entrants are also eligible to win one of five weekly random prize draws for $50 to spend at the farmers’ market.

The grand prize winner gets a three-night getaway and wine touring for two to the Sparkling Hill Resort in the Okanagan.

The Abbotsford Farm and Country Market runs every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1  p.m. at Montrose Avenue and George Ferguson Way.

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