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2019 Country Grocer Show Us Your Love! Valentine’s Day Photo Contest

    People & Places, People Profiles, Photos & Videos    February 8, 2019

Every season is the season for love. Let’s face it: Love is trending 365 days a year. But Valentine’s Day adds a dash of spice and invokes romance. It reminds some of us to do something different and extra special, perhaps with a bit more flair or creativity, to say, “Thank you for being so amazing.”

If you you’re the kind of couple who loves to do that with fine food and wine then you may want to try to win our dinner for two at Auntie Pesto’s (gift card valued at $150)! To earn a chance to win this dinner, all you have to do is upload a photo with you and your sweetheart. Show us your love! (Your “clothed” love, of course!)

Whether you’re young and ecstatically in love or in your 90’s with a twinkle in your eye whenever you see each other, whether you’ve taken your “flirt” down a few notches over the years or you’ve taken your flirt up a few notches, we want to see your love.

Here are the guidelines for the Valentine’s photo draw:

Please submit only one photo per couple.

  • The submission deadline for photos is February 14 at 9 AM
  • Winning photos will be drawn at noon of February 14
  • Winning couple gets $150 dinner at Auntie Pestos
  • Two runners up get a $50 Country Grocer gift card
  • Each participating couple gets a Country Grocer voucher for 15% off which expires on March 14/2019
  • The draw will be made live at Country Grocer at 12:30 pm on Valentines Day and it’ll be live on Facebook Country Grocer SSI
  • All entries and winner announcements will be posted on the Salt Spring Exchange

The contest is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners announcements!

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