Celebrate mom with Sequim Gazette, Peninsula Daily News Mother’s Day Contest!

Celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day with the Sequim Gazette and Peninsula Daily News 2017 Mother’s Day Contest, sponsored by Wilder Auto Center!

Enter for your chance to win one of 10 prizes valued at $100 or more! Just click on the banner link on the Gazette or PDN home page, answer a few questions from each business, and you’ll receive one entry. Only one entry per person per business.

Prizes include a $100 gift basket from Wilder Auto Center; a pastel blue SMEG toaster valued at $150 from EverWarm Hearth & Home; a $100 Swain’s General Store gift card; $100 slot play at the Elwha River Casino; a $100 gift basket from Necessities & Temptations; a $100 gift certificate from either Angeles Millwork or Hartnagel Building Supply; a $100 Wind Rose Cellars wine basket; an Amazon Tap (Alexa-enabled portable Bluetooth speaker) from First Federal; a $100 gift basket from Sunny Farms; or a $100 Home Depot gift card from Marcus Oden of RE/MAX Prime.

Sponsors of the Mother’s Day Contest value customer feedback and are looking forward to your responses!

Entry into the contest must be made between Monday, April 24, and Friday, May 12.

You must be 18 years of age or older to enter.

Participants may win only one prize per business.

No purchase is necessary; just enter your email address to participate!

The Sequim Gazette and Peninsula Daily News are not responsible for illegible, lost, late, damaged, incomplete or incorrect entries.

Employees and immediate family members of the Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette are not eligible for prizes.

Winners will be announced shortly after the contest ends at midnight, Friday, May 12.

Cheers to the Mothers of the Peninsula, and good luck!

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