Langley Advance publisher Lisa Farquharson showed off a pair of autographed Vancouver Giants training jerseys that are up for grabs to one lucky reader this week. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

Langley Advance has autographed jerseys, tickets up for grabs

Vancouver Giants are enjoying a great season, and one lucky reader is going to see them play Friday.

It’s contest time again at the Langley Advance.

There is a pair of autographed Vancouver Giants practice jerseys, signed by the entire team, as well as two fifth-row tickets to Friday night’s (Feb. 23) game at Langley Events Centre – against the Everett Silvertips up for grabs.

And, they could be yours.

It’s easy.

1. Like our Facebook page – this is a must.

2. Tell us on our Facebook post about this contest which Giants player is your favourite.

3. Finally, cross your fingers (the rest is all luck of the draw).

The deadline for entry is midnight on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Entries are restricted to the Langley Advance Facebook only.

The winner will have to pick up the tickets and jerseys from the Langley Advance office before 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23.

Publisher Lisa Farquharson wishes good luck to all who enter, and reminds people to share the good news around.

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