My husband tells me that I describe my trips in food lingo. Some people will tell you about the music they heard, the fashion they wore or the sights they saw. Me, I talk about the food. In both my single and married life, I’ve been to many places and I can tell you what I ate in every one of them.
I’ve had a Nanaimo bar in Nanaimo, pasta in Italy, a gyro in Greece, and Bryndzové halušky in Slovakia just to name a few.
To say I get excited about food and travel is a gross understatement. So I am thrilled to tell you about Sobey’s new West Tastes of the World Contest.
Starting today and going until May 16, 2013, you can stop by your local Sobeys (in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC), to pick up your passport game board and get started. You will get one game ticket every time you shop at Sobeys from today until May 16.
There are 4 ways to win:
- Collect to Win (collect stamps to win a trip to 1 of 6 fantastic foodie destinations)
- Instant Win (prizes indicated on your game ticket – Sobeys Club points, free groceries and more)
- Online Sweepstakes (Some game tickets contain a pin number you can enter online to win great prizes)
- In-Store Draw (Every store will have a draw to win Lagostina cookware)
If you collect all four stamps for one of the locations on your passport, you will win a trip for two (2) to that destination. The 6 all-inclusive foodie vacations include:
- Paris, France
- Rome, Italy
- Hong Kong
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Cancun, Mexico
- Bangkok, Thailand
I’ve been to four of the six countries listed here and, believe me, that is a food experience you want to have.
For more information on this contest, you can visit the Sobeys contest page online and remember to drop by your local Sobeys to get your passport and get started.
For those of you who like parties, there will also be a Twitter party on April 16 at 9:00pm EST. Follow the #SobeysWest hashtag on Twitter for more information on that.
Disclosure: I am working with Sobeys to inform you about this contest and have been compensated. Any personal stories or opinions are my own.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.