Holiday window decorating contest

The Fernie Chamber of Commerce Holiday Window Decorating contest is back.

By Ezra Black

Nightmare Before Christmas? Home Alone? Bad Santa? Pick your theme and paint it on a window for a chance to win because the Fernie Chamber of Commerce Holiday Window Decorating contest is back.

In order to capture the spirit of this fun filled Fernie festivity, the Chamber has decided on the theme of “Christmas Movies.” Business owners are being asked to choose their favourite holiday flick and start decorating.

“A festive window will drive business,” said Amy Levesque, the Chamber’s visitor information coordinator. The first place winner will receive one year of Chamber membership for free, the second place winner will get 50 per cent off their membership and the third place winner will get 25 per cent off.

Judging will take place between Dec. 7 and Dec. 14. Let the Chamber know of your participation by Dec. 6. For more information call (250) 423-6868.

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