I read the Advocate because…

Keeping pace with the news is its own reward, but the Red Deer Advocate wants to celebrate the many reasons why central Albertans rely on the region’s only daily newspaper to inform them, entertain them and amuse them.

Tell us why you read the newspaper and why you connect with us online ­and you could win a $25 Save On Foods gift certificate to put toward your next grocery purchase.

To enter, see the promotion on page 11 of today’s Advocate or participate online at www.reddeeradvocate.com/contests/.

We’re asking readers to describe in two sentences why they invite the Advocate to be part of their lives, whether it’s to stay informed around the clock through our website or to enjoy the comfort of turning the familiar pages of a newspaper.

Thousands of central Albertans embrace the Advocate as an indispensable component of their day because of its extensive local news and sports reporting, which is regularly updated online.

Please tell us why you read the Advocate and you could save $25 off your next grocery shop.

You’ll also be taking part in something central Albertans have enjoyed for well over 100 years: reading the Red Deer Advocate.

Have a wonderful day.

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