Win free tickets to Bullridin’ and Bootscootin’ Mar. 18

Pipestone Flyer readers have a chance to win free tickets to one of the biggest bull riding events in central Alberta.

Bullridin’ and Bootscootin’ is one of the most popular rodeo-related events of the region. The Lakedell Ag Society’s annual event sells out extremely quickly

Pipestone Flyer readers have a chance to win free tickets to one of the biggest bull riding events in central Alberta.

Bullridin’ and Bootscootin’ is one of the most popular rodeo-related events of the region. The Lakedell Ag Society’s annual event sells out extremely quickly, but Pipestone Flyer readers have a chance to get free tickets.

The Lakedell Ag Society and Pipestone Flyer are teaming up to offer four pairs of free tickets to the Mar. 17 event held at the ag society facility just west of the Village at Pigeon Lake along Highway #13.

Readers eager to see bull riders doing their thing have several ways to enter the contest: email the editor (editor@pipestoneflyer.ca) with your full name and phone number, use the “contact us” form on the Pipestone Flyer’s website (www.pipestoneflyer.ca) with the same information, “like” The Pipestone Flyer’s Facebook page and post your name (your phone number is not necessary) in this story’s comment section (search for Pipestone Flyer, if a Facebook entry wins, the editor will contact you), fax your full name and phone number to 780-387-4397 or drop by in person to the Pipestone Flyer office located on Hwy #2A in Millet with your entry.

Please, no phone calls. Thanks.

Pipestone Flyer staff will make the random draw for four pairs of free tickets at 11 a.m., Monday Mar. 13. Any entries submitted past that time will not be included in the draw and the tickets have no cash value.

Winners will be notified the day of drawing by phone and tickets must be picked up in person at the Pipestone Flyer office before Friday, Mar. 17 at 5 p.m.

Good luck to all of our readers.

 

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