Contributed photo — Langley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Inge Morascini and Mayor Tim Callison present Debra Campebell with a $1,000 prize for winning the Very Merry Giveaway.

Contributed photo — Langley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Inge Morascini and Mayor Tim Callison present Debra Campebell with a $1,000 prize for winning the Very Merry Giveaway.

Campbell wins ‘Very Merry Giveaway’ contest, $1,000 prize

  • Wednesday, December 20, 2017 10:00am
  • Life

Debra Campbell won the 2017 Very Merry Giveaway and a $1,000 prize on Saturday in Langley.

Participating Langley Chamber of Commerce businesses offered one ticket for each $20 spent by shoppers in their stores, according to a press release. Campbell’s name was selected from a raffle. The contest lasted from Nov. 25 to Dec. 15.

The chamber of commerce also gave away “All Wrapped Up” themed baskets at the event held at Boy and Dog Park. It was sponsored by Heritage Bank, Whidbey Telecom, Nancy Rowan of Windemere Real Estate and Fair Trade Outfitters.

The Langley Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization made up local businesses, staff and a board of directors. It’s mission is to promote Langley as a premiere destination and holds events throughout the year.

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