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QR Code Egg Hunt – Location Five: Gibson’s SV

So the KW Egg Hunt wrapped up last Friday at the fifth and final secret location – Gibson’s Sound and Vision. Congrats to everyone who used their QR code scanner to play along in the hunt, visited Gibson’s and entered your name into a draw to win some awesome prizes!

Special congratulations to Lizzie who was the very first person to find the secret location! From Lizzie:

QR Code Egg Hunt

Congrats Lizzie!

Our pleasure, Lizzie! Thanks for playing along!

Here was the clue that was shared across Twitter and Facebook that provided details to the whereabouts of the Secret Location:

QR Code Egg Hunt

Friday's Secret Egg Hunt Location

At all of the secret Egg Hunt locations throughout the week, there was a QR code ballot box that allowed KW Egg Hunters to enter into a draw to win some great prizes. A Blu-Ray player from Gibson’s Sound & Vision, an Autographed Kitchener Rangers Jersey from Craig at the Kitchener Rangers and a $25 Visa card from ORYX!

The draw for the Egg Hunt prizes was held at 6PM last Friday. Here were the lucky Winners:

$25 Visa card from ORYXTaylor Jones!

Signed Kitchener Rangers Jersey – Dale Wideman

QR Code Egg Hunt

Congrats Dale!

Blu-Ray PlayerSherri Earl

QR Code Egg Hunt Winner

Congrats Sherri!

Thanks to everyone in KW who played along in the QR Code Egg Hunt. This was such a fun promotion, and we raised awareness for QR Codes, local businesses around the region and ORYX Advertising along the way! I’m happy to tell you that we’re already planning our next hunt. Stay tuned for further details and follow @KWeggHunt on Twitter for more info.

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