Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre owner Gord Nickel (left) and marketing co-ordinator Hope Tagesen join Saanich News publisher Oliver Sommer and advertising consultant Rod Fraser in putting together a contest to honour Saanich mothers.

Best Mom Ever contest launches

This year the Saanich News has partnered with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre to offer one l ucky mom $500 towards any purchase.

On May 8 mothers around Saanich will be celebrated.

This year the Saanich News has partnered with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre to offer one l ucky mom $500 towards any purchase.

Visit here to enter.

Oliver Sommer, publisher of the Saanich News, says, “Families are such an important part of  our community and moms are the pillars of that. We wanted to celebrate in a unique way and through our partnership with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre we are launching our first mothers day contest.”

After discussing the idea with Sommer, Wildwood owner Gord Nickel  agreed wholeheartedly.

And as a Saanich community supporter, Wildwood made the right fit.

“Your mom should be able to find just about anything here,” Nickel said. “There’s lots of stuff for the avid gardener. Anything for your backyard or to beautify your yard, we certainly have it.”

All who enter receive a 40 per cent off coupon towards Wildwood products.





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