Win two tickets to ‘Halloween Howl’ on Facebook

Visit ‘The Stettler Independent’ on Facebook, post a Halloween yard photo

Want to win tickets to one of the biggest, baddest, coolest Halloween parties in Stettler? Then enter The Stettler Independent’s “Halloween Howl” Facebook contest today.

Visit The Stettler Independent’s Facebook page (“The Stettler Independent”) and “Like” us, then post a picture of your scariest and coolest Halloween yard or home decoration. We’ll watch the “Likes” and “Comments” on all the posts, and the two photos with the most “Likes” will each win two tickets to the “Halloween Howl” in the Stettler Agriplex Oct. 28 (draw made Thurs. Oct. 26).

Please note if tickets are not picked up by winners at The Stettler Independent office located at 4810 Main Street Stettler by 3 p.m. Fri., Oct. 27, management reserves the right to draw one or more new winners.

The dance features live music from Five of Diamonds and Dirt Road Music, door prizes, 50/50 draws, best costumes in multiple categories and $2 from every ticket sold goes to the Stettler Food Bank. Advance tickets are $20 and are available at Wells Furniture, Main Street Stettler. Door tickets will be $25.

Please note no employees of The Stettler Independent or Black Press are eligible to win contest prizes. In the event of a tie, a random winner will be chosen. The tickets have no cash value and winners will be notified through Facebook, so watch your messages the week of Oct. 28.

editor@stettlerindependent.com

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