Friday freebies: win prizes once a week now through the holidays

This week’s prize pack includes a copy of Could it Happen Here?, a holiday CD from Chor Leoni and Kick Stick pack

As lifestyle editor at the Vancouver Courier, I’m lucky that during the year some really great gifts land on my desk.

And while I try and write about some of these items, I can’t always get to all of them — my apologies.

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But, I will attempt to make up for that now by not only writing about some of these items, but by also giving them away to someone who will either appreciate them or pass them on as a gift to someone else who will enjoy them.

This week’s prize pack includes a copy of Could it Happen Here? Canada in the Age of Trump and Brexit by Michael Adams.  And to help get you through the stress of reading about Trump and Brexit, this pack also includes a copy of Chor Leoni’s Star of Wonder CD. If you’ve never heard the dulcet tones and rich harmonies of Chor Leoni Men’s Choir, you’re missing out. The third part of this prize pack includes two Kick Stick aromatherapy sticks designed to help awaken your senses during the day. The recipe is based on a Thai herbal formula, made up from a blend of essential oils, including menthol, eucalyptus and camphor. And because this is part of a deluxe media kit, it also includes a beautifully crafted bracelet packaged up in an attractive wooden box, making it perfect for giving.

And I’m making it easy to enter. You don’t have to “follow” me or fill out a form or sign up for a newsletter. All you have to do is email me at sthomas@vancourier.com with the name of the prize in the subject line and we’ll hold a random draw next week. You also have to be able to pick the prize up from the Courier office on West Fifth Avenue — it’s that simple.  

And congratulations to Jacob Jacob Thekkakara for winning last week’s prize including movie passes, Strathcona Stockings, Circle Craft passes and M&M’s chocolate bars.

sthomas@vancourier.com

@sthomas10

 

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