Want to win fresh, local produce while helping out BC kids? In support of the 27th annual Miracle Weekend, Windset Farms® is donating 10 per cent of proceeds from select Concerto® Grape Tomatoes packages to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation™ during the month of May.
We have one Windset Farms Prize Pack (see above) to give away to one lucky reader. Here is how to enter:
1. Through Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook (each worth 1 entry)
Upload your favourite food photo with Concerto® Grape Tomatoes in them and hashtag #Concerto.
2. Retweet the following on Twitter: (1 Entry)
- Win a @WindsetFarms Prize Pack via @Vancitybuzz http://ow.ly/xcj7P RT to Enter!
3. Sign up for our weekly Buzz newsletter (1 entry)
Contest ends Saturday, May 31 at 11:59 p.m. One winner will be drawn at random. Check out http://bit.ly/windsetMW14 for more information.
About Windset Farms
Headquartered at their Delta, B.C. facility and with greenhouses in Abbotsford, B.C., Santa Maria, California and Las Vegas, Nevada, Windset Farms® is a family-run business that has become one of the largest growers and marketers of greenhouse produce.
Windset products are sold across Western Canada, the Western United States, Mexico and Asia. Windset grows only non-GMO produce including peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, strawberries, lettuce, eggplant and endive. The company’s facilities combine state-of-the-art technology and old-fashioned attention to detail to ensure optimal growing conditions and sustainable practices.
Visit www.windsetfarms.com for recipes and product information, and become one of their Friends in Freshness® by connecting with them on their Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Facebook pages.
About BC Children’s Miracle Weekend
Mark your calendars for the 27th annual Miracle Weekend: May 31st & June 1st, live on Global BC. Last year, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation™ raised $18,353,580 for BC Children’s Hospital during the 26th annual Miracle Weekend, hosted by Global BC TV on June 1-2, setting a new record.
Miracle Weekend events have raised over $206 million for the hospital since the first Miracle Weekend was held in 1988. Donations to the Miracle Weekend are used to support the purchase of life-saving equipment, research into the treatment, prevention and cure of childhood diseases, recruitment and educational programs for caregivers, and programs in communities throughout the province.
For more information, visit http://www.bcchf.ca/events/event-calendar/miracle-weekend/.
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