WIN: PNE hunts for Fright Night ghouls, Langley Advance hunts for a winner

A family four-pack of tickets, including four ride passes, are up for grabs to this year’s PNE.

Are there any aspiring Langley actors out there who thrill to make people scream like babies?

Well, the PNE might be have just the gig in mind.

In the middle of a summer heat wave, the Pacific National Exhibition is putting out a call for Halloween-loving actors who might be interested in a job this October.

Playland is once again hosting its popular Fright Nights this fall, and is currently on the hunt for actors of all skills and experience levels.

According to organizers, the only real criteria, they have to a passion for Halloween and enjoy terrifying guests.

“If you’re energetic and looking to work with a fun and dynamic team,” organizer said, wanting to grow the cast for a 19-day run, from Oct. 6 to 31.

“We’re currently practising new tactics to add to our arsenal of horror for 2017! But don’t be fooled, the Fright Nights freaks know where you sleep at night and they’ll be visiting… in your nightmares,” they added with a possessed chuckle.

Applications are accepted online for a variety of positions, including cast, actors, washroom cleaners, and night sweepers.

How you can win PNE passes

Whether you want to be part of Fright Night – as a participant or patron – or not, most enjoy The Fair At the PNE and all its summertime festivities.

Well, the Langley Advance has a chance for you to win a family four-pack of gate passes and four ride tickets to the 2017 Fair At the PNE, running Aug. 19 to Sept. 4 (except Mondays, Aug. 21 and 28).

To win, all you have do is email us a note listing your name, address, phone number and the name of your most FAVOURITE ghoulish fictional character and why. Do that, and you’re automatically in the running for those special PNE package.

Contest deadline is 5 p.m. on Monday, Aug.14. The winner will be notified by email and/or phone.

No staff or family of the Langley Advance or Black Press are eligible.

This giveaway is restricted to online participants, 19 years or older only.

Good luck!

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