I’m very pleased to announce that “The Brunch Fixe” presented by Christian Confidential and Lacoste Canada last Sunday was a huge success! The event took place at Smith Restaurant in downtown, Toronto and guests enjoyed a pre-fixe menu, great music and amazing company. Those who were in attendance also got a chance to get an exclusive preview of the Lacoste Spring/Summer 2015 footwear line.
Want an opportunity to win a $100 gift card and a pair of kicks? Head to Lacoste Yorkdale (or a location nearest you), snap a photo of your favourite item and post it on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #LacosteGiveaway for a chance to win. Contest runs from Friday June 13th, 2014 to Friday June 20th, 2014 and open to Ontario residents only.
Good luck guys & I can’t wait to see your favourite picks!
CONTEST RULES:*No purchase necessary. Limited to one chance to win per customer. The prize is one Lacoste gift card of $100 and one pair of footwear ( Retail value of up to $250). The total prize value is $350. You have one chance of winning out of 356 entries. Contest ends at 12:59pm on June 20, 2014. The selected winner will have to correctly answer an unaided, time limited, mathematical skill-testing question in order to win their prize. The winning participant will be contacted by Christian Confidential within 24-48 hrs. Upon receiving the complete mailing address, Pentland Canada INC will send the prize by mail. This contest is in no way administered by Pentland Canada Inc. and/or Devanlay Canada. The organizer is not associated with Pentland Canada Inc or Devanlay Canada in any way, except as sponsors of the LacosteGiveaway in collaboration with Christian Confidential. Pentland Canada Inc nor Devanlay Canada cannot be held responsible for any matter pertaining to the contest. The information provided by the entrants to this contest are collected by the organizer, not Pentland Canada Inc. or Devanlay Canada. Devanlay, its agents, and their respective suppliers, employees, representatives or mandatories, and the persons with whom they are domiciled, may not enter the contest. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the board only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.