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Rachel Baitz Intracorp's River Park Place contest winner

Rachel Baitz (the couple in the middle) won 2013 Range Rover Evoque from Intracorp. The lady on the left is Ms. Chinese International, who was also featured in Intracorp's River Park Place commercials and the man on the left is Director of Sales at Intracorp Barrett Sprowson

 Rachel Baitz was the lucky winner of the 2013 Range Rover Evoque, one of the main prizes in Intracorp's recent contest promoting River Park Place, a sophisticated new condo development in Richmond's Oval Village. The Vancouver Observer helped to get the word out to our readers, so thanks to everyone who entered.

Sign up for Vancouver Observer's newsletter and follow @VanObserver on Twitter for a chance to win other valuable prizes, and maybe next time, it'll be you driving off into the beautiful Vancouver sunset in your new hot ride.

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