AuctionAdvantageVictoria.com: Shop and Save up to 50 per cent on Super Deals

Black Press auction offers exciting opportunity for local business

One of Victoria’s most exciting online sales events is getting ready to go and local merchants are coming on board with some amazing deals at auctionadvantagevictoria.com starting in June.

Sponsored by Black Press newspapers in Greater Victoria, this year’s Auction Advantage sale will run from June 2 to 11.

If you love getting great deals at a huge discount, check out some of the products we’ve landed so far (and there are more coming every day):

  • $500 gift certificates from Cycles West

  • Painting services from Van Isle Painting

  • Rod and reel from Island Outfitters

  • Private concert from Ken Lavigne

  • Dishwashers and microwave from Lansdowne Appliances

  • Latex mattress of any size from Foam Zone

  • Camps and trail rides from Valle Vista Stables

  • Enameled cast iron sink from The Ensuite

  • Complete cleaning package from Aero Furnace

  • Gift certificates from Deep Cove Market

  • Gift certificates from Rumrunner Pub

  • Carpet and gift certificates from Babak’s Oriental Carpets

  • Season tickets, batting practice and a signed bat from the Harbourcats

  • Tickets from Bluebridge Theatre

  • $500 gift certificates from Moe’s Furniture

  • Cleanse and gift cards from Rawthentic

“This is another great opportunity to introduce our local business partners to thousands of consumers through our market-leading print and digital products,” says Associate Group Publisher

Oliver Sommer.

Are you a merchant interested in participating? Contact Oliver Sommer at osommer@blackpress.ca 250-480-3230.

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