Back to school shopping ain't easy, but Monk Office can help!!
Participate in the Monk Office Back to School Contest & you could win an amazing prize pack, featuring all kinds of school supply goodies from Monk Office.
Just pop into Monk Office in Courtenay any time between August 22nd to September 2nd, to enter your name into the draw. We'll announce the Winner's name on-air, one lucky shopper will win it all! Good Luck!
Contest Rules & Regulations:
1. Registration open August 22nd to September 2nd, 2022
2. Participants may only enter to win at Monk Office in Courtenay (3-2760 Cliffe Ave)
3. Entries only available during regular business hours (Please see website for details)
4. Only one entry per person, no purchase necessary
5. Winner takes prize package as is, not cash value or alternatives.
6. Entrants agree that Monk Office & The Raven may use their name, image & any other forms of media to promote the contest and/or their businesses indefinitely
7. Prize must be accepted as awarded and cannot be transferred, assigned, substituted or redeemed for cash
8. The chances of winning this contest are dependent on the number of eligible entries received during the Applicable Contest Period and on the application of any judging criteria used to determine and declare a winner, if applicable.
9. The Raven & Monk Office reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to modify, amend, suspend or terminate any of the Contests, in any way, at any time and for any reason whatsoever, without prior notice.
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