February 17, 2022
With only three days to go it’s time to “Get Out and Eat”.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment’s North Slave Regional Office is partnering with the City of Yellowknife and Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce to promote the ‘Get Out and Eat’ campaign. The initiative, to support the local food and beverage industry, began on February 7 and will run through to February 20.
To enter all you must do is spend $20 or more in any Yellowknife restaurant, bar or café and upload your receipts to the Aurora Coupons App for a chance to win!
$20 = 1 entry - no limit on the number of entries.
Ten prizes are available each week so “Get Out and Eat” for your chance to nab one in the final weeks’ draw taking place on Monday, February 21.
Scan the QR code to register and upload your receipts or text ‘getoutandeat’ at 867-292-0905.
Rules and guidelines
- Get Out & Eat is a 2-week contest; from February 7 to February 20, 2022;
- The contest is open to everyone;
- The $20 entry must be before tax and gratuity;
- The $20 entry does not include alcohol or cannabis purchases;
- Purchases of gift cards are accepted;
- Every restaurant, bar, café and home-based caterer in Yellowknife is eligible. No signing-up is required from businesses;
- Participants must upload clear and visible receipts showing the products purchased, the date and the amount paid. Signed proof of payment provided by sellers will be accepted;
- There are ten prizes for each week's draw;
- The first-week draw took place on Monday, February 14, 2022, but you can still get your name in for the second-week draw taking place Monday, February 21, 2022;
- A prize winner will not be eligible to win any remaining prizes;
- In the event of any dispute regarding the contest, eligibility, or the contest rules, the decision of the City of Yellowknife shall be final.
Small local businesses are an important aspect of the Northwest Territories economy. Industry, Tourism and Investment strives to support the diversification of the NWT’s economy through supports to small local businesses.