Survey could lead to overnight vacation

Take our Observer online survey and you could be visiting Sandpiper Golf Resort

For the second year in a row, you have a chance to win a prize in exchange for some basic information.

Complete our online Agassiz-Harrison-Hope Observer survey, and you will be entered for a chance to win an amazing getaway in Harrison Mills. The prize includes an overnight stay for two at Rowena’s, dinner for two at the River’s Edge, and two rounds of golf at Sandpiper Golf Resort.

To complete the survey online, click on the icon at the top of our home page, or click here for a direct link.  To complete the survey from the newspaper, fill it out and drop it off at our office, 7167 Pioneer Avenue in Agassiz.

The contest runs until October 19.

One survey per household will be allowed. You must be 19 or older to participate. The winner will be drawn randomly from everyone who completes the survey, online or in print.

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