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CONTEST ALERT: Announcing the 12 Days Of Bikemas 2020!

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Ride your bike and win prizes!  

Every day from December 1 through December 12, a picture will be posted to NMBC’s Instagram and Facebook accounts that gives clues on where to find the secret location of the day.  Each secret location will be marked with a Christmas ornament. 

There are two ways to win:

  1. There is a swag bag hidden at every location.  Be the first one to the secret location and grab the swag hidden near the ornament.  Take a picture of yourself with the swag bag and post it to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #NMBCxmas.
  2. Even if the swag bag is gone… take a picture of yourself with the Christmas ornament and post it to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #NMBCxmas.  You will be entered to win one of three $100 gift cards from @arrowsmithbikes, @coal_city_cycles, or @rockcitycyclesnanaimo.  You can enter up to 12 times!

The Fine Print:

  1. Please leave the ornament at the secret location.
  2. You can only win once.  If you are lucky enough to find a swag bag, please do not take another.  You can still enter to win one of the gift cards.
  3. You must be an NMBC member to be entered to win one of the gift cards.
  4. You can submit a photo entry anytime between December 1 through December 27.
  5. Gift card winners will be drawn during the first week of January 2021.
  6. Posts will be updated when the swag bag has been found.
  7. If you do not have a Facebook or Instagram account, you can enter by sending your photos to social@nanaimomountainbikeclub.com.  

Special thanks to Hazelwood Construction Services, K2 Stone (@K2StoneVI), and Steel Container Systems Inc. for sponsoring this event.

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