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Winter Carnival gets new Fix

Presenting sponsors of the Winter Carnival Mike Mason (second from left), Martin von Holst and Cam Srigley (right) of Fix Auto Collision join Dave Fletcher (left), and Brittany Sjoblom, of the Vernon Winter Carnival committee,  as they announce their partnership. - Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star
Presenting sponsors of the Winter Carnival Mike Mason (second from left), Martin von Holst and Cam Srigley (right) of Fix Auto Collision join Dave Fletcher (left), and Brittany Sjoblom, of the Vernon Winter Carnival committee, as they announce their partnership.
— image credit: Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star

Vernon Winter Carnival has entered into a partnership with a local business.

Fix Auto Collision will be the presenting sponsor for the 10-day festival in February.

“They are great businesses, with community spirit and we look forward to our partnership over the coming years,” says Dave Fletcher, Carnival chairperson.

Fix Auto Collision has two locations in Vernon — Star Autobody and Manfred’s Autobody.

“We are proud to be a part of the Winter Carnival and look forward to seeing the community spirit in action, and are looking forward to all the festivities,” said Cam Srigley and Mike Mason ,of the two outlets.

“We are glad we are able to support our community.”

Fix Auto Collision is also the sponsor of the jopo colouring contest.

Prehistoric Carnival runs from Feb. 1 to 10.

Brochures will be available the beginning of December and event tickets go on sale Dec. 7.

 

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