HAPPY FAMILY: Rickie Donnelly (middle) along with his wife Melissa and young son were the lucky winners of a $10,000 cash giveaway held by Kelowna Hyundai & Buy Direct Truck Centre. Every customer who purchased a vehicle in the month of June was eligible to win 10 consolation prizes and othe grand prize of $10,000 that evening. Chances of winning this year were 1 in 182.

Lucky winners net $10,000 for car purchase

Kelowna Hyundai dealership rewards customers with incentives including cash in contest

Kelowna Hyundai and Buy Direct Truck Centre held their 4th annual $10,000 cash giveaway on July 5, 2017.

As the tradition goes, every customer who purchased a vehicle in the month of June was eligible to win 10 consolation prizes and the grand prize of $10,000. Chances of winning this year were 1 in 182.

The winner this year, Rickie Donnelly along with his wife Melissa and young son, were speechless when the announcement was made. Rickie and his wife purchased a 2010 Ford Edge from Connor McGowan at Buy Direct Truck Centre last year.

“Our customers are the most important part of our dealership, and this event allows us to show our appreciation to them for their loyalty and support,” said John Kot, President of Kelowna Hyundai and Buy Direct Truck Centre.

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