107 Days of Summer (powered by Park Integrative Health) and one big winner.
The green space in front of the DCC was busy Saturday (Aug.25) with finalists and guests waiting to find out if they would walk away with our grand prize.
We drew for ten finalists, each grabbed their own gift box and one had a lucky MIX key inside. Danielle Murray found the key and won $8,500 worth of goods!
"Awesome! Fantastic! I can't even believe it," said Murray.
Her good luck charm? Today is her boyfriend's birthday and her MIX tattoo, which she had on her cheek.
Murray and her family moved to Fort Saskatchewan about a year ago.
"We love the radio station. I like the updates on what's going on and the stories," added Murray.
Murray scored:
- A $1,000 gift card from Cowtown
- $1,000 worth of Maui Jim sunglasses from Fort Sask Eyecare
- A $1,000 gift card from Greenspace Landscaping
- A $1,500 gift card from Straightline Chrysler
- A paddle board from Flaman Fitness (retail $2,000)
- $2,000 worth of flooring from Nufloors
We also gave out $2,000 in instant win prizes.
The 107 Days of Summer finale included a BBQ from Station Square Co-op, a bouncy castle from Bouncy Boyz Entertainment and some much-needed shade from Superior Show Services. Prize sponsors can be found here.
If you didn't win this contest, we're giving away a $75,000+ Ram truck too! We'll choose a winner for that bad boy on Sept.18.
Check out some pictures from the day below.

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