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Cupid's Crush Contest: Tell us your love story

Tell us how and where you met your soulmate for a chance to win the Cupid's Crush package at Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa this Valentine's Day.

Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa Cupid's Crush Contest: Tell us how and where you met your soulmate.

We'll post five stories on Facebook and ask readers to choose their favourite. The story with the most 'likes' will win the Cupid's Crush package to celebrate Valentine's Day at Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa. 

The Summerland Cupid's Crush package includes:

· Two night stay in spacious one bedroom suite with queen or king bed, lakeview and balcony
· Bottle of Okanagan Crush Pad Haywire Pink Bub in your room
· $100 credit for dinner for two at Local Lounge • Grill

To enter, send your story to: [email protected] with the subject heading "crush" by January 14th, 2015.

Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa is located on a secluded stretch of Lake Okanagan 45 minutes from Kelowna and 15 minutes from Penticton. All Summerland suites offer the convenience of a full kitchen, fireplace, flat panel TV, ipod docking station radios, DVD player, high speed wireless internet, terry bathrobes, spa bath amenities, three piece bathroom with deep soaker tubs, premium duvet bedding and memory foam mattresses for indulging sleep.

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