Why we love Yaletown

The fourth in a five-part series: "Why I love my neighbourhood," presented by Evo Car Share

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Welcome to Evo Car Share's “Why I love my neighbourhood contest.” Join us for a chance to win 100 minutes of Evo drive time.

To participate:

1) Post a photo on Instagram or Facebook of something that really makes you love your neighbourhood. Each post counts as one entry and each contestant can have three posts entered into the draw, so post often!

 2) Tag us in your photo – For Instagram: @vanobserver, @evocarshare. For Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VancouverObserver, https://www.facebook.com/evocarshare

If your user names are different on Instagram and Facebook, make sure to let us know.

 3) Five winners will be chosen by Vancouver Observer using a random number generator. Maximum three entries per individual contestant will be entered into the draw.

Contest details:

This contest is sponsored by Evo Car Share.

The contest starts Sept. 15th, 2015 at 12am PST and ends Oct. 25th at 12pm PST. 

The odds of winning depend on the number of valid entries received.

Winners will be announced on VO Facebook on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. Vancouver Observer and Evo Car Share will not publish winners’ names without prior written consent.

Evo will credit winners' accounts with 100 free minutes within three days of receiving their contact info. No purchase is required.

Contest eligibility, terms and conditions:

Contestants must be B.C. residents with a valid B.C. driver’s license. All posts and photos posted to social media are the property of the owner and will not be reused or republished by Vancouver Observer or Evo without prior consent. 

Posting on Facebook and Instagram for the purpose of the “Why I love my neighbourhood contest” constitutes an implicit and complete release of Instagram and Facebook by each entrant or participant. 

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram or Facebook. Void where prohibited.

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