Dreaming of home sweet home?

Bridal show grand prize can help make dream come true

If you’re planning a wedding, the thought of saving for a down payment on a house at the same time may seem out of reach. But The 28th Annual Durham Region Bridal Event & Fashion Show can help make both dreams come true.

By attending the show, you’ll find lots of inspiration for your special day while meeting reputable area vendors to help you plan your wedding. You’ll also have a chance to win a $5,000 gift certificate towards the down payment of your new or resale home purchase.

You’ll also receive a gift certificate of up to $2,000 towards moving expenses and another gift certificate of up to $1,000 towards closing costs. (The winner of this prize can redeem those gifts certificates with a bridal show exhibitor. If there’s no eligible exhibitor in attendance, you can redeem them with a business of your choice.)

That’s still not all! The prize also includes $500 gifts cards from each of 10 bridal show exhibitors towards their products and/or services – that’s another $5,000 to help make your dreams come true.

The prize is transferrable. Mark your calendar now: The show will be held Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017 from 11am to 5pm at the Abilities Centre at 55 Gordon St., adjacent to Iroquois Park Sport Centre, Whitby. The location offers convenient access to Hwy. 401 and the GO Train Station, as well as plenty of free parking.

Watch for Facebook contests beginning in September and updates on Instagram.

Rules and regulations:
• You must be at least 18 years of age.
• You must be in attendance to win. The draw will take place Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017 at 4pm.
• You will be required to answer a skill-testing question.
• This contest is open to anyone, whether getting married or not. Ballots will be available at the show.
• The odds of winning are based on the number of entries.
• Winnings are transferrable.
• There will be an expiry date on the 10 gift cards supplied by Durham Region Bridal Event & Fashion Show exhibitors. Metroland Media will not be held responsible for any gift cards supplied by vendors that are not honoured within a one-year period due to business closures, etc.

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