Editor’s Note: Well, that escalated quickly. The contest is now closed; all our Farm Progress Show passes are now spoken for and will be in the mail shortly. If you’ve entered the contest and won tickets, expect to hear from us by email. If your entry arrived a little too late or if you’re just reading this item now, thanks for all your visits to our site, have a great time at the show and have a great summer. – Dave Bedard, Editor, Daily News, AGCanada.com Network
Haven’t got your tickets yet for Canada’s Farm Progress Show? We might.
Farm Business Communications, Canada’s largest publisher of newspapers and magazines for farmers, and operator of this website, has a pair of free single-day show passes (value: $30 per pair) for you if you’re one of the first 70 people to contact us by e-mail. (We have a few rules, though. Read on.)
All you have to do to enter is click on the link (keep reading, you’ll get to it) and type your name and exact mailing address (make sure to include both) into the body of the e-mail, then hit “Send.” If you’re one of our first 70 successful senders, we’ll contact you by return e-mail within three business days and get your pair of passes to you via Canada Post right away. The entry deadline, if we need one, is noon (Winnipeg time) on Friday, June 3.
Remember: Eligible entries MUST include the entrant’s name, full postal address and postal code in the body of the email. Entries without that information will be disqualified. Limit two tickets per email address.
With all that in mind, good luck! TO ENTER, CLICK HERE. (Link now disabled.)
What’s Canada’s Farm Progress Show? The dryland farm technology show is considered the single largest trade show in the country, drawing around 45,000 visitors per year to Regina’s exhibition park, Evraz Place.
Attractions scheduled for the show, running June 15-17, include equipment demos, seminars, the FCC Innovations Showcase, the Modern Lifestyles Showcase, the Livestock Centre, displays of antique tractors and trucks, the Farm Progress Forum speaker series, and performances by logging troupe the Lumberjills.
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Eligibility: This contest is open to all Canadian residents, ages 18 and older, excluding residents of Quebec. Limit two tickets per email address.