Contest offers chance to win $500 gift card

Saanich News and Pepper's Foods team up for the Grocery Giveaway contest

Saanich News publisher Oliver Sommer

Just in time for Christmas, the Saanich News has teamed up with Pepper’s Foods to bring you the Grocery Giveaway contest, where you can enter to win a $500 gift card at Pepper’s.

The idea came from Pepper’s commitment to the local community. “We enjoy giving back and the idea to partner with Saanich News on a fun contest fits well with our philosophy of delivering a different grocery shopping experience,” said Cory Davits, general manager of locally owned Pepper’s Foods in Cadboro Bay.

“We’re going to make somebody pretty happy this Christmas,” said Pepper’s store manager Don Way. “It’s just our way to give back to the community and spread a little Christmas cheer.”

The contest runs until Jan. 8, 2017 and you can enter online here.

 

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