Want to join us on the river? Here’s your chance!
Help us promote the Sustainable Living Leadership Program (SLLP), by telling people about the program. For every potential SLLP participant you motivate to inquire and/or apply, you receive an entry into the contest.
The person who motivates the most people to apply for, or inquire about, the SLLP will win their choice of:
- A day on the Fraser River with the Sustainable Living Leadership Program in July/August of 2015.
- A day on the Fraser River with the Fraser FEST in August/September 2015.
For every selected SLLP participant that you refer to the SLLP, you will receive one entry into a draw for your choice of:
- A day on the Fraser River with the Sustainable Living Leadership Program in July/August 2015 or the Fraser FEST in August/September 2015.
- Two tickets to the Rivershed Society of BC’s Fraser River Sunset Dinner Cruise on June 27, 2015.
To receive an entry into the contest, potential SLLP participants must explicitly mention your name when asked how they heard about the SLLP. They can do this either through the online SLLP registration form on our website, or over the phone when speaking to Patti Graham.
The FIRST PRIZE will be awarded to whoever is mentioned the most by SLLP applicants and potential applicants (people requesting more information).
The SECOND PRIZE will be awarded via a random draw. To receive an entry into the draw, your name must have been mentioned by an SLLP participant(s) chosen by RSBC to take part in the 2015 program when the participant was applying for the program. For every mention you receive from a selected SLLP participant, you will receive one entry into the contest.
The Inspire Great Candidates to Apply for the SLLP contest closes the same day the SLLP registration closes: April 30, 2015.
Winners will be announced on May 15, 2015.
RSBC employees and contractors are not eligible for the contest.
Contest winners are responsible for their own transportation to and from the pick-up and drop-off location(s) for their day on the Fraser River.