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Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce organizes shopping spree contest

Shopping locally will pay off in Fort Macleod this Christmas.
Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce will award $1,350 in gift certificates to one person through the Christmas Shopping Spree.
The certificates can be redeemed at the participating businesses for regular-priced merchandise.
The certificates can not be redeemed for cash.
People can enter the Christmas Shopping Spree in draw boxes at participating businesses.
The winner’s name will be drawn at 12 noon Friday, Dec. 20.
The Chamber of Commerce organizes the Christmas Shopping Spree every year to promote shopping in Fort Macleod during the Christmas season.
The promotion is designed to encourage people to shop in Fort Macleod first for Christmas gifts before heading to the city.
In addition to quality merchandise at low prices, Fort Macleod businesses also offer a personal touch for people shopping for Christmas gifts.
In addition to great service, customers also don’t have to struggle to find parking and battle huge crowds and long line-ups like they do in the city.
Theresa Miller of The Macleod Gazette called to invite businesses to participate in the Christmas Shopping Spree, and the response was positive.
The $1,350 in gift certificates can be redeemed at participating businesses. The gift certificates cannot be redeemed for cash.
People can enter the Christmas Shopping Spree at any of the following participating businesses:

  • Bridge City Chrysler sales department.
  • Bridge City Chrysler service department.
  • China City Restaurant.
  • Extra Foods.
  • Fort Macleod Chiropractic.
  • Fort Macleod Veterinary Clinic.
  • Fort Pharmacy.
  • The Hair Palace.
  • Hansen’s Family Foods.
  • Itsy Wear.
  • Larson’s Tire Shop.
  • Macleod Pawn.
  • Macleod Restaurant and Lounge.
  • Mereski Jewelers.
  • NAPA Auto Parts.
  • Perfect Touch Massage and Spa.
  • Photo Plus/The Source.
  • Puff’s Floral Design.
  • Rexall Drug Store.
  • Scougall Motors.
  • The Fort — Museum of the North West Mounted Police.
  • The Macleod Gazette.
  • Town and Country Liquor Store.
  • Tru Hardware.
  • UFA.
  • Village Greenery and Gifts.
  • Young Parkyn McNab LLP.

The Christmas Shopping Spree is also sponsored by Eden’s Funeral Home, Fort Macleod Agencies and the Lam family.

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