Murray Honda’s Business Development Manager Justin Mallard, front, and the team invite you to Win What’s Within this summer!

2 ways to enter + 3 winners = $12,000 in prizes!

Chilliwack’s Murray Honda welcomes return of Win What’s Within

If you’re in the market for a new or new-to-you vehicle this summer, you might be driving home more than a super set of wheels.

Back for the fifth year, Murray Honda and BigSteelBox, a leading moving and storage provider, invite the community to Win What’s Within!, offering a special key to anyone who purchases a new or used vehicle from the dealership through July and August.

One key will also be awarded through a separate Facebook contest.

From the keys distributed, three will open the BigSteelBox storage bins on hand for the big day.

What’s inside? We’re not telling, but the combined value of the prizes is estimated at $12,000, says Darren Bosch, owner of Murray Honda.

We CAN tell you that the wide array of past prizes has included a home theatre package, an ATV, a hot tub with installation and a travel gift certificate.

“Your chances of winning are pretty good – about one in 70,” Bosch says, reflecting on the origins of the promotion. “We’ve got a great location on the highway, but sometimes we get missed, so we had the idea to stack up these bins, and then wanted a way to engage with customers at the same time.

“It was so much fun the first year, we had to keep it going,” Bosch says, recalling how in year 2, it came down to the second to last key to open the final bin.

How to get keys:

• Purchase a new or used vehicle during the months of July and August!

• The dealership will also give away one key via Facebook, selected from those who enter the digital contest.

The big draw:

Sept. 8 is the dig draw day … will it be your lucky day? Registration begins at 11 a.m. with a barbecue starting at 11:30 a.m. (Anyone who is participating in the bin-opening must be at the dealership by 11 a.m. for registration.)

At 12 p.m. key-holders will begin trying their key in the locks to see if it opens any of the Big Steel Boxes. If it does, you win!

Paying it forward, community style

In addition to the Win What’s Within promotion, summer also brings the annual We Got Your Back promotion to Murray Honda, in partnership with Staples Canada. Each backpack with school supplies – worth about $60 – will help give a child in need a good start on the school year. Donate through the dealership or at Staples.

Later in the year, dealership staff and customers will turn their attention to winter jackets and boots for children in need, Bosch says, noting initiatives are undertaken with no overhead costs, meaning a full 100 per cent goes to helping families. Watch for fundraising barbecues coming up this summer!

Learn more at murrayhonda.ca

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