Vancouver International Autoshow tickets up for grabs

The Langley Advance is giving away five pairs of tickets to take in the cars and trucks.

  • Mar. 17, 2016 6:00 p.m.

Five lucky Langley Advance readers will receive a pair of tickets to the Vancouver International Autoshow – after they tell us about the worst lemon they ever owned.

Tell us your story of your worst car, including what made it the worst. Did it break down on your way to important events, cost you thousands in repairs, or leave a giant blue cloud everywhere you went?

Email us at contest@langleyadvance.com with your story.

The winners will be picked Monday at 4 p.m., and will have to come to the Langley Advance office at 6375 202nd Street to pick up their tickets.

The Vancouver International Auto Show runs from March 23-27 in the Vancouver Convention Centre at Canada Place, and the tickets are good for any day of the event.

 

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