Thanks to our 1,000 Facebook friends!

The Langley Advance couldn’t exist without support from our wonderful community. We’ve been using Facebook as one way to talk to the residents of Langley for the past couple of years, and this week we hit 1,000 likes on our page (and counting)! To say thank you for all the likes, shares, comments, and news tips we’ve received over the last few years, we’re giving away a couple of prize packs.

Prize pack one: A $50 gift card to Langley’s Pasta Polo restaurant, a $20 gift card good at any store in the Willowbrook Shopping Centre, a free round of golf at the Fort Langley Golf Course, and two tickets to the Nov. 7 BC Lions game against the Calgary Stampeders.

Prize pack two: A $50 gift card to the Cactus Club Cafe, a $20 gift card good at any store in the Willowbrook Shopping Centre, a free round of golf at the Fort Langley Golf Course, and two tickets to the Nov. 7 BC Lions game against the Calgary Stampeders.

Prize pack three: Two tickets to see the BC Lions play Nov. 7 against the Calgary Stampeders.

As of Friday, we’ve picked the recipients. We’ll be contacting them on Monday morning. Thanks to everyone who sent in emails and has shared, liked, and commented on our stories in the last several years.

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