Nominations are now being accepted for the Mr Mikes Deeds Well Done campaign.
The initiative helps to recognize those in the community that continue to lend a helping hand. The winners will be rewarded with a $100 Mr Mikes card as well as $1000 to donate to a registered local charity of their choice.
Prince Albert Mr Mikes franchisee owner Dave Nussbaumer, said this is the third year that Mr Mikes has held this type of promotion, however it is the first time that the Prince Albert location has taken part since they only opened last year.
He said it is a great opportunity to recognize someone that continues to get out there and make that extra effort to get involved.
“People that are strong volunteers those are the kind of people that Mr Mikes wants to recognize,” said Nussbaumer. “A lot of the time people who are nice enough to get out there and volunteer are never recognized for it so this is just a nice way of saying thanks.”
The contest ran by the Mr Mikes franchise began on Nov. 16 and will continue until Dec. 31. across western Canada. At the end of the campaign a total of 20 good deed doers will be selected and then 10 of those entries will be randomly selected as the winners.
“There is $10,000 to be distributed throughout 10 communities across BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba,” said Nussbaumer.
Anyone interested in nominating someone can do so by visiting the Mr Mikes website. All they need to do is fill out a bit of info on themselves and about the person that they are nominating.
The nominators will also be rewarded with a $10 Mr Mikes card just for taking the time to nominate someone.
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