Lake City Casinos hosting contest

$75,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs through Lake City Casinos contest.

There will be $75,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs until Nov. 30 through the The Drive Into Fall contest sponsored Gateway Casinos and Entertainment’s.

Patrons of any of the company’s four Lake City Casino locations in Vernon, Kelowna, Kamloops and Penticton are eligible to enter through the Encore Rewards program. Program members can swipe their cards daily at any location for the chance to win the grand prize – a brand new car Nissan Micra.

Each swipe will also enter members into the weekly progressive cash draws every Thursday and Sunday.

“The guest experience is very important and we strive to make it unique and exciting every time they attend a Gateway property,” said Randy Sears, vice-president of marketing.

There will be an interactive kiosk located by guest services at each casino where Encore members can enter the draw, with the grand prize winner being selected Nov. 30. There is $500 in prizes to be won every Sunday and Thursday, plus a mid-point draw today for $1,000.

Encore Rewards is a free membership card program established by the B.C. Lottery Corporation that offers extra perks such as free slot play for points earned, dining discounts, special room rates and invitations to special events.


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