Spark Up Your Ride, E-bike Raffle

The e-bike raffle is now closed.

Our Climate Change Resilience Coordinator Kat drew the incredibly lucky winner of our e-bike raffle at 6:00PM on Friday October 31, 2020 and it is… (drum roll please)… ticket #599! 🥂🎉🎊

Congratulations to Susanne Gillies-Smith, who purchased her ticket at TEA, etc. Susanne is a Banff resident and the owner of the Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House in Lake Louise. Needless to say she is thrilled with her new e-bike!

Thank you so much for participating everyone!

All the proceeds go towards our climate change and conservation initiatives, and we are tremendously grateful for your support.

Questions? Contact Karen at


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Box 2741
Invermere, BC V0A 1K0
Phone: 250.341.6898

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