April 2010 SaskSecrets

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Saskatchewan Pavilion Contest Winners

Saskatchewan PavilionFrom February 12 - 28, 2010 the city of Vancouver was taken over by the 2010 Winter Games. One of the most popular stops for visitors to the Games was the Saskatchewan Pavilion, which was located on the north shore of False Creek.

Saskatchewan continued its presence during the 2010 Paralympic Games. The Saskatchewan Pavilion moved its location to Whistler from March 17-20, 2010 and continued to represent Saskatchewan with great food, entertainment and hospitality.

Throughout the duration of both Pavilions, a contest was offered to visitors to the pavilions as well as those who visited the Saskatchewan Pavilion website, www.saskpavilion.ca. There were some great prizes up for grabs, which included:

Hillberg & Berk JewellrySaskatchewan Shimmer Package
One of a kind Hillberg & Berk Jewellry Set from the Spring Summer 2010 Bella L'Esentrique collection. Retail Value - $2,000. Prize courtesy of Hillberg & Berk.

Ride the Rails Package
Return VIA Rail transportation to Saskatoon from any VIA Rail Canada location, a five day/four night stay in a downtown Saskatoon hotel, event tickets to one of Saskatoon’s seasonal shows/concerts, a $100 gift card for one of Saskatoon's fine dining establishments, and a gift basket of unique Saskatoon products. Package Value - $2,000. Prize courtesy of Tourism Saskatoon.

Go Green Package
Return air fare to Regina from anywhere WestJet flies in Canada, 3 nights’ accommodations in beautiful downtown Regina, Saskatchewan Roughrider Labour Day Classic tickets, and more. Package Value - $2,000. Prize courtesy of the City of Regina.

After the conclusion of the Games the lucky winners were chosen. Congratulations to:

Dick Evans, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Winner of the Saskatchewan Shimmer Package

Tom Kanaris, Newmarket, Ontario – Winner of the Ride the Rails Package

Greg Edwards, Delta, British Columbia – Winner of the Go Green Package

Thank you to all who entered the Saskatchewan Pavilion Contest and to those who followed us on www.saskpavilion.ca.