Ford Contest Canada ~ Win a 2016 Ford Mustang Convertible worth $30,899

Ford Contest Canada ~ Win a 2016 Ford Mustang Convertible worth $30,899

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2017-05-31_ford_contest_cliff-regoDrive Home a Winner Contest.

Enter for your chance to Win a New 2016 Ford Mustang Convertible (arv $30,899)

Other Prizes available to be won include:

  • 1 BBQ worth $3,500
  • 2 TV’s worth $500 each
  • 2 Gym Memberships for a Year worth $100 each
  • Golf Membership for a Year worth $2,000
  • 1 Luxury Watch worth $5,000

NOTE: The Grand Prize must be picked up in person at Ridgehill Ford in Cambridge, Ontario OR shipping arranged by the Grand Prize winner to their home, either at their own expense.

The Grand Prize winner has the option to accept a $20,000 CAD cheque, instead of the Grand Prize.

Rules:

  • Single entry
  • Open to Canadian Residents (best for Ontario)
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of majority
  • Valid driver’s license

This contest is brought to you by Cliff Rego Team, a division of Rego Realty Inc., Brokerage.

If you are not a client or the Cliff Rego Team, ensure you enter the contest through the appropriate link on the contest page.

Enter Ford Giveaway Here

This contest ends May 31, 2017

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About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company of Canada,was founded back in 1904 for the sole purpose of selling automobiles to the British Empire and of course to Canada. It was originally known back then as Wagon Works in walkerville Ontario ( now is Windsor Ontario) .

The Founder was a Mr Gordon McGregor  whom helped find a group of investors to start producing .

The Ford Motor Company of Canada was not a subsidiary or a branch plant of Ford Motor Company – rather, it was a separate organization altogether.

The Model C, was the first car to be produced in Canada, in autumn of 1904.  The first year it only produced 110 cars.

Car Sales grew after World War Twp. The new Canadian assembly was onpened in Oakville Ontario and then in 1967 opened up another plant in Talbotville Ontario.

In the 1970’s Ford was the largest company in Canada,

14 COMMENTS

  1. Would love to win. Love the color also. Ive never seen anything about anybody winning something like this posted on FB and Ive entered almost every contest that’s been on here.

  2. Would love to win. Love the color also. Ive never seen anything posted on FB about anybody winning something like this and Ive entered every contest that’s been on here.

  3. Would like to win, but you won’t let me enter!! Worst ever contest I ever tried to enter! Sucks

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