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Reliance Raindrop Challenge – Daily Draw #2

Welcome back everyone, it’s that time again! We have officially kicked off the Reliance Raindrop Challenge and over the next few weeks our goal is celebrate the change of seasons, spring showers and how to make the most of a rainy day.

If you haven’t been to our facebook page, be sure to do so and when you do, make sure you enter for your chance at our iPad Mini Grand Prize – just click on the Raindrop Challenge tab. The big draw is April 30th but between now and then we’ll also be giving away 3V Visa Prepaid Vouchers as part of our daily challenges. Click here for complete Contest Rules & Regulations.

And now….today’s winner in the Raindrop Challenge is Donna Blackwood. Congratulations! You’ve won a $30.00 VISA Prepaid Voucher! Please contact me at rmassingham@reliancecomfort.com to claim your prize.

To qualify for tomorrow’s draw – Tell us about the worst rainstorm that you have ever experienced? Share yours now and as always, please share, like or tweet this post. Good luck!

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  • Paulette Kettlehut April 23, 2013, 12:23 am

    We were driving on a highway and all of a sudden it started raining super hard and then lightning and thunder started and then it stormed so bad that EVERYBODY had to pull over on the side road.
    You could not see 2 feet in front of you! The ground even felt like it was shaking the rain was coming down so hard..Worst ever I’ve seen and experienced!

  • Cindy Bundun April 22, 2013, 9:10 pm

    July 2, 2011 My wedding day!!!!!! A severe storm knocked power out the entire night at our reception. We danced to a boombox with batteries by candlelight and I was sweating like crazy in my wedding gown. I will NEVER forget that storm!!

  • Elizabeth April 22, 2013, 8:54 pm

    Lightning struck the side of our house.

  • michelle tremblett April 22, 2013, 8:15 pm

    my worse rain storm was last year coming home from work ( guelph to kitchener) on hwy 401,lightening strikes were all around my car, blinding me as they flashed, people were skidding all over the road, no one was able to drive over 5 kms. an hour. They were warning people to stay off the roads and find shelter as there may be tornadoes. I could not see beyond a foot in front of me but i did not want to pull of to the side of the road since i couldnt see what was there :/ Luckily i inched down the highway and 4 hours later, got home safe and sound. mother nature reminds you who is really in charge :)

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