Win a Harley Davidson the summer or walk away with $5

Win a Harley Davidson the summer or walk away with $5

Win a Harley Davidson Motorcycle or $5,000 in Cash

We are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Abbotsford International Airshow with a new contest exclusive to readers of The News.



Feel The Rumble:

CAN YOU FEEL IT?  FEEL THE RUMBLE ABBOTSFORD!  The Abbotsford News, in partnership with Mountainview Harley Davidson Chilliwack (your local authorized Harley Dealer), presents a contest that will make the ground beneath you shake!! In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Abbotsford Airshow, sponsors MSA Ford, Earls, Ronald Allan Men’s Clothiers, and 360 Fabrication, wants you to choose between two awesome prizes- a customized and decaled limited edition Iron 883 Harley Davidson Motorcycle or walk away with $5000.00 cash!

Or as runner up you can win flights for two to anywhere that prize sponsor West Jet flies!! Contestants may enter the contest via our abbynews.com contest link and finding the ten differences in the two photos and can increase their odds of becoming a finalist by submitting entries every day!  Also, head on down to various sponsor locations, starting with MSA Ford from now until Saturday, July the 7th and snap a photo of yourself beside the Harley and email your photo to feeltherumble@abbynews.com!  Other dates to make your way down to sponsors locations are as follows:  July 9th – July 13th 2012: Ronald Allan, Abbotsford, July 16th – 20th 2012: 360 Fabrication, Abbotsford, August 20th – 26th: Earls Restaurant, Abbotsford.

Contestants may also enter the contest at major events with a submitted photo taken next to the Harley Davidson Motorcycle. The Harley Davidson will be on display at both Agrifair, August 2nd – 6th 2012, and the Abbotsford International Airshow, August 10th – 12th 2012. Keep reading your Abbotsford News for further details! Don’t wait though – the contest close date will be here before we know it – official close date is August the 26th!  How will finalists be selected, you ask? 10 finalists will be selected. Only one person per household will be selected. 5 finalists will be selected from online entries. (Random draw)5 finalists will be selected from photo entries. (Random draw).  All photo-entry finalists will also be entered into a draw to win a pair of Westjet tickets to fly anywhere Westjet travels in addition to competing for the grand prize.

Please note that finalists must be available for a ‘finale party’ Friday 31st August 2012 @6pm to be held at Earls, Abbotsford. The eventual winner will receive the Motorcycle or the $5,000 in cash at a grand Gala event September 8th 2012. The lucky recipient must be available to attend the gala being held on September the 8th in celebration of the 90th Year Anniversary of the Abbotsford News. Complimentary tickets for finalist and a guest will be provided.

Enter now and enter often and it could be you “riding” off into the sunset on your NEW Harley bike!

Full contest details click here: “Feel the Rumble”

 

 

 

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