Pop in to Win finalists for Week 7 announced

The Week 7 finalists have been announced for the Pop In to Win promotion being offered by Estevan Mercury Publications and Power Dodge.

People have been visiting the businesses in the community that have a draw box for the contest for more than a month. The contest represents a win-win situation for everyone, as people get to shop locally and enter the contest, and businesses get to have more customers in their doors.

The Week 7 finalists are:

  • Russell Barr
  • Gary Gedak
  • Paul Le Novail
  • Bill Dayman
  • Aaron McCarthur
  • Angela Robock
  • Holly Fraser
  • Judy Martin
  • Margie Neb
  • Scott Kallis
  • Matthew Marcotte
  • Pat Laskey
  • Cliff Sovdi
  • Philip Gerard Ceniza
  • Jen Gervais
  • Kristyn Mayer
  • Al Dupuis
  • Louie Abucayan
  • Brooklyn Garnier
  • Riley Brennan
  • Jackie Malay
  • John Nichols
  • Terra Fleck
  • Breanne Vandewoestyne
  • Sandy Stewart
  • Shey Miller
  • Kevin Tiefenbach
  • Les Naka
  • Larry Heggs
  • Bev Holinaty
  • Mel Wells
  • Dave Arts
  • Hayley DeConinck
  • Larry Arnold

We encourage people to continue to shop local, and to keep entering this contest. Additional finalists will be announced each week.

The grand prize winner of a 2019 Fiat Pop will be revealed on July 31 at the Power Dodge Curling Centre. Several additional prizes will be handed out that night as well, including a Weber barbecue from Johnson Plumbing and Heating; a play structure from RE/MAX Blue Chip Realty; a power recliner from The Brick; and a queen-sized bed in a box from Room by Room Furniture.

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