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Reliance Raindrop Challenge – Daily Draw #1

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, enter for your chance at our $500.00 3V Visa Prepaid Voucher Grand Prize – just click on the Raindrop Challenge link. The big draw is April 22 but between now and then we’ll also be giving away $30.00 Visa Prepaid Vouchers as part of our daily challenges. Click here for complete Contest Rules & Regulations.

And now….the first winner in the Raindrop Challenge is Carly Brill. 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, we want to know – What are your favourite rainy day memories from your childhood? Share yours now and as always, please share, like or tweet this post.

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  • Deborah Grandy April 11, 2014, 9:38 pm

    finding tons of worms……and fishing!

  • Janet Weiler April 11, 2014, 10:16 am

    Going out and standing on our front lawn on a hot summer day in the cold pouring rain. (No lightening of course). It didn’t happen often but when it did we were out there.

  • Sarah Gillespie April 11, 2014, 8:53 am

    Wearing my cute red raincoat and hat and riding my tricycle through all the puddles while my parents watched from the (enclosed) front porch!

  • Paulette Kettlehut April 11, 2014, 1:13 am

    Stomping my feet in the puddles of course!!

  • Paulette Kettlehut April 11, 2014, 1:12 am

    Stomping my feet in the puddles of course :-)

  • Karen D April 11, 2014, 12:41 am

    Watching thunder storms from our balcony.

  • Rick Fekete April 10, 2014, 9:36 pm

    As a child, I grew up on a farm. My favourite rainy day memory from childhood is being in the barn & listening to the rainfall on the metal roof of the barn. I still love that sound even to this day.

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