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House and Home launch party at Maglio’s

Maglio Building Centre in Nelson is hosting the fall 2014 West Kootenay House and Home magazine launch party today.

Maglio Building Centre in Nelson is hosting the fall 2014 West Kootenay House and Home magazine launch party today. Everyone is welcome to visit with designers like Laurel Colins and magazine contributors. You can also enter to win a grand prize that includes a $100 gift certificate for Maglio Building Supply flooring, a decorating consultation with Laurel Colins, a gift certificate to Birch n’ Burlap, two tickets to Whitewater Resort, a quarter page ad in the 2015 spring issue of West Kootenay House and Home and more.

Join them at Maglio’s located at 29 Government Road in Nelson until 2 p.m. today.

Check back to see who wins the big prize.

 

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