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Win tickets to see Michael Campbell

Financial guru Michael Campbell will be in the city for a Lunch and Learn. - Submitted
Financial guru Michael Campbell will be in the city for a Lunch and Learn.
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The Campbell River Community Foundation is hosting a lunch and learn with guest speaker Michael Campbell.

Campbell, the brother of former premier Gordon Campbell, is business analyst, author and broadcaster. He is best known as the host of Canada’s top-rated radio show – Money Talks.

Campbell is also Senior Business Analyst for BCTV News on Global and a frequent contributor to the national Canada Tonight broadcast. He has also written extensively for a number of publications and is in high demand for interviews due to his outstanding track record, including calling the low on the Canadian dollar in December 2002 and the high in November 2007.

Trained in New York, Campbell worked in the investment business for 10 years and has been a successful business owner.

Currently, he spends countless hours as chairperson of the B.C. Special Olympics.

Enter to win two tickets to see Campbell’s Lunch and Learn Fri., March 2 by going to the Community Foundation’s website, crfoundation.ca and finding the answers to the three questions below.

Send your answers along with contact info to: contests@campbellrivermirror.com - type MICHAEL CAMPBELL in the subject line. Entry deadline is Mon., Feb. 20, 4 p.m.

The winner will be selected from all entries and contacted by return e-mail or phone.

Question #1 - Under “Donations & Support,” name one way you can donate.

Question #2 - Under “About Us,” name one of the mission statements.

Question #3 - Under “Contact,” name any one of the directors.

Tickets are $75 each and can be purchased through the Tidemark Theatre Box Office or on-line at tidemarktheatre.com

More information can be found at crfoundation.ca

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