Quality Foods employee Michelle de Jong scans Jim Creighton’s Q-card for a chance to win a $4

Help the Food Bank with a Q-card

The Campbell River store is joining other Island outlets offering shoppers a chance to win a $4,000 prize package

Shoppers at Quality Foods in Merecroft Village will be scanning their Q-cards this month to help the needy and maybe win a VIP trip to Toronto for the 100th Grey Cup.

The Campbell River store is joining other Island outlets offering shoppers a chance to win a $4,000 prize package that includes a pair of VIP tickets to the football classic in November, airfare, accommodations, pre-game festivities and more.

Every Friday this month from 2 to 6 p.m. when shoppers scan their Q-card and pick up a specially priced Buy-a-Bag for donation to the local food bank, they will be automatically entered to win.

At Quality Food stores in Nanaimo BC Lions greats Lui Passaglia, Guillio Caravatta, Nick Hebeler, Glen Jackson and Nanaimo’s own Andrew Harris are participating in the promotion to help local food banks.

Complete contest details will be posted on QualityFoods.com.

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