Over 450 retail garden centres will have the opportunity to promote a contest to their customers this fall – a trip for two to visit Canada Blooms, March 11 - 20, 2016 at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto.
One winner across Canada will enjoy a grand prize package which includes: round trip train travel for two to Canada Blooms compliments of Canada's Garden Route and VIA Rail, three nights hotel accommodation courtesy of InterContinental Toronto Centre and tickets for each of the four days to Canada Blooms.
Garden Centres Canada (GCC) members are asked to register with the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) if they are interested in participating – contest participants will direct their customers back to the Canada Blooms website to enter the national contest using a unique code. Each store will receive a certificate for two free tickets to hand out to their store winner, which will be selected through the Canada Blooms website, and one overall national winner for the grand prize will also be selected through the Canada Blooms website.
Canada Blooms will promote participating GCC members on their website – a great way to showcase your centre to gardening enthusiasts! Canada Blooms will also mail a poster to each GCC participant, as well, participating stores can download a contest poster at the link below.
Contests can begin in your store July 1 and must close by October 31, 2015 to provide enough time to contact the national winner and arrange travel.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in more information or would like to run a contest in your store. This is a free opportunity for CNLA members only!
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