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Put China on your horizon

Andy Adams, Trish Foort and Richard Skinner have already purchased their Special Ticket Package for the Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards of Distinction which includes an all-inclusive trip to China with the Chamber in April. - Photo submitted
Andy Adams, Trish Foort and Richard Skinner have already purchased their Special Ticket Package for the Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards of Distinction which includes an all-inclusive trip to China with the Chamber in April.
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Someone is going on an all inclusive nine-day trip to China for only $150.

The Campbell River Chamber has announced a limited time only Special Awards+China Ticket Package that includes admission to the awards event plus entry into a draw for a five-star, nine-day, all-inclusive trip to China with the Chamber April 2-10, 2014. The trip is valued at $2,499. The odds of being drawn are one in 30 because there are only 30 special ticket packages available. The draw for the trip will take place on the night of the chamber’s Business Awards of Distinction gala – Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Tidemark Theatre. One of the 30 ticket purchasers will be going on a nine-day all inclusive trip to China.

The Business Awards of Distinction celebrate and recognize business excellence, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership in the community.  Come out and support Campbell River businesses, the driving force behind the local economy while enjoying a gala appetizer and dessert reception, signature cocktail, live auction and entertainment throughout the evening. Purchase your Special Awards+China Ticket Package online through the chamber’s website – www.campbellriverchamber.ca – and follow the links. More information about the China trip and the Business Awards of Distinction can be found on the chamber’s website or by contacting 250-287-4636.

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