Help Save A Bear Fundraiser’15 & Draw Prize in Country Club Centre, Nanaimo by Bears Matter
DRAW PRIZE: Free Entry to Win A Large Warm Buddy with Purchase of $10 or more. Draw held on Sunday, Dec. 13 @ 4pm!
Come Visit Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut at Country Club Centre: #29 - 3200 Island Highway, North, Nanaimo (Best Buy, Save-On-Foods) to check out all the Warm Buddy Gift Ideas and delight in the sight and tastes of deluxe, hand-made, preservative-free Chocolates! Warm Buddy Price List below….ALL Proceeds from the Sales of WB go to bear charities! Items Tax-Free! Visa,MC and Debit Accepted. See Descriptions of products at www.warmbuddy.com .
Free to Enter with Purchase and Win A Large Warm Buddy! Contest closes Sunday, Dec 13 at 4pm. Each entry with a minimum of $10 purchase of any items in store. Maximum one entry per day per customer) Cheers and Good Luck! Barb at Bears Matter!
Bears Matter Warm Buddy Price List 2015
Large Warm Buddies $40
Small Beary, Small Wooly. Small Puppy $35
Moosey, Bee $35
Baby Wooly, Baby Beary $30
Little Buddy Moosey, Kitten, Puppy, $28
Kozy Kat and Sleep Time Bear $28
Bear Paw Mitts – Adult $25 NEW: Polar Bear Mitts $30
Bear Paw Mitts – Child $20 (3 to 5yr olds) NEW: Polar Bear Mitts $25
Ultra Spa Wrap $40
Aromatherapy Sleep Mask $25
Warming Pillow $35
Descriptions of products can be found at www.warmbuddy.com
All Warm Buddy Items are Tax-Exempt! Donation Certificate and Bookmarks available with purchase! Note: Items may go ‘out of stock’ without notice and new or sale items may be added. Please come by our display in Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut at the Country Club Centre and Help Save a Bear this Christmas!
Thank you, Barb of Bears Matter
Eight Grassroots Organizations Helped by 2015 Bears Matter Fundraiser:
1. Animals Asia, 2. Borneo Sun Bear Conservation Society, 3. Spectacled Bear Conservation Society-Peru, 4. SOS India, 5. North Island Wildlife Recovery Society, 6. Critter Care Wildlife Society, 7. Northern Lights Wildlife Society, 8 Pacific Wild (See Links to Organizations on Bears Matter Resource Page)