Live free for a year at Woodgrove

NANAIMO – Win cash, car and groceries with Woodgrove Centre's second Live Free For a Year contest.

Woodgrove Centre launched its second Live Free For a Year campaign Saturday.

The grand prize includes $25,000 in Woodgrove Centre gift cards, $15,000 cash, a one year lease on a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta from Harbourview Volkswagen and $5,200 in grocery gift cards from Nanaimo’s Save-On-Foods stores.

“The response was so incredible last year, we wanted to give people another opportunity to enter for a chance to win,” said Nola Dunn, Woodgrove Centre marketing director.

Three finalists will be drawn each week for four weeks and each will be awarded a $500 Woodgrove gift card. All 12 finalists will participate in the Live Free For a Year Grand Finale at Woodgrove Oct. 18.

People can enter daily at centre court near the water clock until Oct. 13.

For more information, please visit www.woodgrovecentre.com.

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