Ken Christensen, Save-On-Foods regional director for Vancouver Island and Pandora store manager Roger Junker distantly present contest winner Lauren Farmer with her gift cards and some flowers. (Photo courtesy of Save-On-Foods)

Greater Victoria grocery chain looks to spread some cheer

Save-On-Foods recently awarded one customer $1,000 in gift cards

A little extra can go a long way right now in many households.

With many people in need of a smile, Save-On-Foods decided to host a socially responsible contest in hopes of spreading a little positivity.

Lauren Farmer recently won a $1,000 gift card, which was presented to her (from a distance), along with some flowers at the Pandora store location by Ken Christensen, Save-On-Foods regional director for Vancouver Island, and Pandora store manager Roger Junker.


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