The Annual Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) Summer Camp will be held on August 10-16 at Shekinah Retreat Centre, near Waldheim.
SEIU-West is excited to announce our new billboard campaign. You will be able to find the new billboards across the whole province of Saskatchewan. This is why we are launching a Selfie/Photo contest. All you have to do is to find one of our billboards and take a selfie or ask a friend to take a picture with you in front of the billboard.
Just keep in mind while participating that safety comes first - be careful, especially on the roads!
This contest is a summer long contest, where we will announce winners every week! We have some exciting giveaway prizes that include concert tickets, Co-Op gift cards, and all of our contest winners are SEIU-West members! So bring out your selfie game!
The deadline to enter is September 26!
Be safe, take your picture or selfie, and send it off to [email protected] or share it on social media by tagging it #purpleworks and #purplehasfun.
Here are the locations of SEIU-West billboards including the digital billboards:
Lorne Avenue & Circle Drive
Idylwyld Drive & 21st Street
3rd Avenue & 33rd Street
22 Street East & Idylwyld Drive
Albert Street & 3rd Avenue North
Albert Street & 10th Avenue
Victoria Avenue East & Glencairn Road
Highway 16 Bypass & Battleford Road
9th Avenue & High Street
Highway 9 & York Road
Glaslyn Highway & Highway 3 Junction
Guernsey Highway 4 - Main Entrance
Meskinaw Highway 41 - Main Entrance
Milestone Highway 39 - Main Entrance
Northside Highway 2 - Main Entrance
Tompkins Highway 1 - Main Entrance
McGee Highway 7 - Main Entrance
St. Gregor/ Highway 5 - Main Entrance
Elstow Highway 16 - Main Entrance
Vanscoy Highway 7 - Main Entrance
Findlater Highway 11 - Main Entrance
Thanks for joining our promotion and participating in our contest – good luck!
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