Fundraiser highlights appreciation day

Campbell River Lubex is hosting its first annual customer appreciation day on June 11, and will be raising money for Justin Webb who's fighting a brain tumour.

Campbell River Lubex is hosting its first annual customer appreciation day on June 11, and will be raising money for a local young man.

From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the shop on Ironwood Road, there will be a special BBQ fundraiser for the Justin Webb Fund. Justin is a Timberline graduate who is currently fighting a brain tumour in Victoria. Proceeds go to assist him and his family in his brave fight.

Come down and support our special day and with every oil change and/or other service, you will be entered to win great prizes including a Signed Roberto Luongo jersey or a guided fishing trip for two.

For more information, visit campbellriverlubex.com or visit on facebook at Campbell River Lubex.

 

 

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