Last chance to join in the fun of the World Cup and have a chance to win great prizes.

Last chance to join in the fun of the World Cup and have a chance to win great prizes.

World Cup Contest: $3,000 in prizes to be won

The World Cup is now on. This is a chance for readers of The Abby News to enter the contest & win up to $3,000 in prizes. Enter today!



Join the contest that everyone is talking about.

Don’t waste anytime. Go to the contest page right away!

Predict the outcome of the World Cup and you could win over $3,000 in prizes courtesy of Magnuson Ford! You can check out what other people are saying.

World Cup 2014 – you can enter the contest at anytime!

Place your bets! World Cup fever is gathering fast and every man and his dog is predicting who will win the tournament on July 13. Now The Abbotsford News is giving you the opportunity to predict every round of the World Cup and maybe win prizes for your picks. The sooner you join the contest, the bigger the chance of winning!

Presenting sponsor Magnuson Ford will be tuned into World Cup Fever as their newly renovated dealership continues to take shape. The computer program in the contest will even provide you with suggestions on who may win based on the majority of votes!

For a chance to enter the contest click here and predict the top teams! You could be a winner. It’s free to enter! If you support an international team then you can also show your colours by posting a photo or two on our Facebook page.

 

Three ways to win great prizes:One: OnlineRegister online at www.abbynews.com/contests and predict the winning teams for each 2014 World Cup Soccer Match. Based on calculated scores, you will be entered to win a bonus prize at the end of each round.The winner of the Online World Cup Soccer Contest will receive: 2 tickets to the Oct 10th Whitecaps vs Seattle Sounders Game in Seattle. Plus 1 night accommodation at the Hyatt in Seattle and a Samsung Tablet and a Sony Sound bar.The grand prize winner of the Online World Cup Soccer Contest will be announced Wednesday 16th July 2014. Winner will be contacted by telephone.Ten participants of the World Cup Soccer Contest will be invited to participate in a grand prize Shootout at Magnuson Ford, Saturday July 12th 2014. @11am.Two:  In Store – Test DriveDuring the period of the 2014 World Cup test drive any vehicle at Magnuson Ford and you will be automatically entered into a draw to be part of the Grand Prize Shoot Out On July 12. One test drive per week.Twelve random participants, from the test drive entries, will be invited to participate in a grand prize shoot-out at Magnuson Ford, July 12th 2014. @11am.Three:  In Store – Guess the number of soccer ballsCome to Magnuson Ford dealership and guess the number of soccer balls in their featured vehicle located in their showroom and you will be automatically entered into a draw to be part of the Grand Prize Shoot Out on July 12. One guess per person.Ten random participants (closest to the actual number of balls in the vehicle) will be invited to participate in a grand prize shoot-out at Magnuson Ford, July 12th 2014. @11am.

World Cup Soccer Contest is sponsored by:

Magnuson Ford, Save On Foods, Greek Islands, Soccerwest, McDonalds Restaurant, Mt Lehman Liquor Store.

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