Megastar arrives at Abbotsford Airport.

Megastar arrives at Abbotsford Airport.

Win a mystery weekend away in a Class C RV!

Megastar Justin Beaver arrives at Abbotsford Airport to celebrate a new exciting contest, 'Camping with the Stars'.



 

Exclusive contest open                                                                                  to readers of The Abbotsford News.

Do you have a taste for marshmallows and adventure, but don’t enjoy sleeping on the cold, hard ground?

Then you need to enter to win this exciting contest today! One lucky finalist will win the grand prize – a brand new Starcraft Comet Tent trailer worth almost $10,000 from Fraserway RV!  The Abbotsford News, in partnership with Fraserway RV, has for the second year in a row,  launched one of the most exciting, innovative, and sure to be award winning,  contests of the year. This contest will provide three families with great fun and adventure – don’t waste time – enter today and once a day every day for a better chance to win! Simply click on the abbynews.com contest link and answer the weekly multiple choice questions by clicking on the ‘Play the Game’ button. Hints to the answers are available at www.facebook.com/myabbynews and www.fraserway.com/contest.  Head on down to Fraserway RV’s awesome show room today and participate in a fun quiz sponsored in part by Price Smart Foods to increase your chances to win (open 7 days a week), located at 30440 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford.

Three lucky finalists will be selected and each will have a chance to win a long weekend at a designated campground in September of this year, valued at over $2000!

This fabulous camping package will include the use of a Class C RV for a two-night, three day weekend, plus one $150 gift certificate to Price Smart Foods.  Then it will be time for the big challenge reveal that will require some creative thinking!  Based on how well this fun family task is put together, the judges will select the Grand Prize winner!  This lucky finalist will then be able to take home their Starcraft Comet Tent trailer valued at $9995, or the winner may choose to exchange their prize for an alternate 2013 RV model of equal or greater value (with cost difference covered by recipient)!  Enter today – the contest closes on August 17th but the fun will just be beginning.  This contest is a sure way to create memories and win big!

 

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