Don’t forget to vote in our ‘Best of Stettler Readers’ Choice Awards 2019’

Enter for your chance to win a $300 gift card for Sobeys

Here is your chance to show your support for the outstanding services and businesses that make Stettler a terrific place to live – all while entering to win a $300 gift card to Sobeys.

We at the Stettler Independent are excited about giving our readers the opportunity to show their support for local businesses, eateries, organizations and services in this exciting new way.

Voting is underway with a special supplement outlining who has landed the top spots set to be published Oct. 24th.

There are plenty of categories to check out from Favourite Place for a First Date, Favourite Summer Event and Best Burger to Best Hair Salon/Barber, Best Flower Shop and Best Hotel/Motel among loads of others.

Other categories run the gamut from Best Bar, Favourite Place for Photos and Best Donut/Danish to Best Family Dining and Best Happy Hour Spot.

The closing date for the contest is Sept. 21st.

“I really love our community, and the members in it,” explained Andrea Lee, community engagement coordinator with FCSS. “Everybody really gets together and helps one another out in the time of need.

“One of the biggest things I noticed when I moved back here from Calgary is that when you go to the grocery store, you need to include maybe an extra 20 minutes or half an hour because you run into lots of people you know. Here, everyone you walk by in the aisle you can say ‘hi’ to, and have a little visit with them!”

Lee is also a fan of the amenities offered around the community as well, including West Stettler Park and all that it has to offer local residents.

Indeed – there is a warmth and friendliness to this town, and it’s those kinds of characteristics that, in turn, fuel a level of success across the business community and beyond. These kinds of attributes make the ‘Best of Stettler’ an ideal way to show our local organizations and businesses how much we appreciate them.

To enter go to www.stettlerindependent.com/contests

Again, the closing date for voting is Sept. 21st.


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