Artists George and Erin Roach have painted 38 Christmas Scenes on businesses around town.

Count the bows and win some holiday cash

Thirty-eight businesses around town have had their windows decorated with Christmas scenes by As You Like It Art.

On those window scenes, there are Christmas bows and to win $150 for first prize, $50 for second prize and $50 for third prize, all you have to do is take the Christmas Window Tour and count them all. Then take your answer to the Campbell River Mirror at 250 Dogwood Street or email your entry to asyoulikeitart@outlook.com.

 

To find all the bows, visit these businesses:

1. Banners Restaurant – 13 19 Shoppers Row

2. Campbell River Hot Tubs – 2780 South Island Hwy

3. Campbell River Mirror – 104 -250 Dogwood St

4. Campbell River Pawn – 900 – 12th Ave

5. Century 21 Arbut us Realty- 1100 Shopper s Row

6. CIBC – 952 Island Hwy

7. Coast Hotels – 975 Shoppers Row

8. CR Collateral – 870 Island Hwy

9. Dairy Queen – 13 62 16th Ave

10. Doug Hengall Dent ure Clinic – 12 60 Shoppers Row

11. Econo Eazy Box Storage – 1231 Spruce St

12. Great Canadian Oil Change – 16 91 Dogwood St

13. HSBC – 1000 Shopper s Row

14. Intersport – Tyee Plaza

15. Joanne Johnson – 8 50 – 12th A ve

16. McKays Electronics – 108-250 Dogwood

17. Merit Home Furniture – 1300 Homewood Rd

18. Mirace Way Vacuum – 850-12th Ave

19. Options In Gold – 1080 Shopper s Row

20. Papa Murphy’s – 801 Hilche y Plaza

21. Shoppers – 801 Plaz a

22. Shoppers – Tyee Plaza

23. Signature Oils and V inegar – Tyee Plaza

24. Strathcona Toyota – 2785 Island Hwy

25. Studio 10 – Tyee Plaza

26. Tap Book Keeping – 1281 Cedar St

27. Tat Properties – 1074 Shoppers Row

28. The Travel Place – 948 Island Hwy

29. Tim Hortons – Island Hwy

30. Tim Hortons – Merecroft

31. Tim Hortons – W illow Point

32. Tyee Chevrolet – 570-13th Ave

33. Tyee Plaza store number 1015

34. Tyee Plaza store number 1035

35. Tyee Plaza store number 113 1

36. Tyee Plaza store number 1251

37. Tyee Plaza store number 1281

38. Yucalta Lodge – 555-2nd Ave

Note: Decorated windows in Campbell River not on this list have not been designed by As You Like It Window Designs.

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