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CONTEST CLOSED: Farm Progress Show tickets


Editor’s Note: Many, many thanks to everyone who entered, but as much as we wish we had free tickets for everyone, the contest is now closed. Our 50 winners can expect to be notified later today by email, and if all goes well, I’ll have the tickets in the mail by the end of the day. If you’re heading to Regina for the show, safe travels — and feel free to stop by our booth (No. 70610/70612) and pay us a visit. –– Dave Bedard, Editor, Daily News.

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 50 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 50 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, May 29.

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)

And if you’re at the show, do stop by and visit us at the Grainews/Country Guide booth (No. 70610/70612) in the Credit Union EventPlex.

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 17-19, 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, a display of sawing, chopping and axe-throwing by Maine’s Axe Women Loggers, and a keynote presentation by Olympic medalist and Amazing Race Canada host Jon Montgomery.

Privacy Policy: Submitting an e-mail request through this website entitles you to receive correspondence from Farm Business Communications. If you send us an e-mail message, we may retain that message and your e-mail address, as well as any response we send you. From time to time we may use email as a way to keep in touch with our existing customers and other interested individuals.

Receiving correspondence is optional. You may opt out of being included in our mailing list, even after granting prior permission, by sending an e-mail request to our privacy officer. If you prefer to contact Farm Business Communications by regular postal mail, please write to: Privacy Officer, c/o Farm Business Communications, 1666 Dublin Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3H OH1, or phone 204-944-5765.

Eligibility: This contest is open to all Canadian residents, ages 18 and older, excluding residents of Quebec. Limit two tickets per email address.


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