Left to right — Tara Rohatynchuk, Kim Snell, Christine Bailey. (Submitted photo)

Vanderhoof resident wins free gas for a year

Kim Snell won free gas as part of the Co-op 2019 Fuel up to Win promotion

A Vanderhoof resident is the winner of 2019 Fuel Up To Win Promotion run by Co-op across Western Canada.

Kim Snell has won free fuel for a year. Renee Dick, marketing co-ordinator for Four Rivers Co-operative said that the town has had instant-win winners, but Snell is the first collect-to-win winner they have had.

“We at Four Rivers Co-op are thrilled to have a local winner for 2019’s Fuel Up To Win Promotion! When we received the news, we were ecstatic, and we know that winning free fuel for a year can mean going on that summer road trip, or travelling to visit friends and family. We’re happy for Kim, and hope she gets to make some memories with this prize,” Dick said.

The 2019 Fuel up to Win promotion ran from February 28 until April 24.

Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express


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