#EatLikeALocal Contest






Share your favorite locally grown food photo moments for a chance to win.


  • 1 – Post your local food photo and description on your Instagram with the hashtags #eatlikealocal and #ourlocalstore and tag @ourlocalstore
  • 2 – Post to the Local Facebook Page Timeline with the hashtags #eatlikealocal and #ourlocalstore. 
  • 3 – Upload your photos to the #EatLikeALocal using the online contest entry form. Click the link that says “Click here to enter the contest” above the contest photos below.

RULES: No purchase is necessary to participate. Locally grown food must be included in the photo to qualify. A simple description of the locally grown food included in the photo must be included. You may enter the contest a maximum of once a day. The photos you submit must be your own and have been taken during the contest period. The contest runs Dec 28th, 2020 to Jan 8th, 2021. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Facebook. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. Any photo submitted may be shared by Local to promote this contest or announce the winner.

PRIZES: Daily prize giveaways are valued at $50 each and a winner will be chosen at random each day. Prizes will include a Local Gift Card and other Local store merchandise. #EatLikeALocal prizes will be available to be picked up at Local at 632 2nd Ave, Fernie on or after January 20th, 2021. Winners will be contacted via the social platform they submitted their photo contest entry and announced on Local Facebook and Instagram accounts. 


The Eat Like A Local Photo Contest was made possible with support from Columbia Basin Trust.





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