NorthStar Ford Fort McMurray Launches Facebook Sweepstakes to Generate Awareness for We Scare Hunger Campaign

FORT MCMURRAY, AB--(Marketwired - Oct 23, 2014) - NorthStar Ford Group Canada is standing up to hunger this year by participating in Free The Children's annual We Scare Hunger campaign, and the dealership has launched a brand-new sweepstakes to help get the word out. Four grand prize winners will each receive a $20 Visa gift card from the dealership.

To enter the sweepstakes, participants only need to like and comment on a post about We Scare Hunger on NorthStar Ford's Facebook wall. Each week until the end of October 2014, two grand prize winners will be selected at random and will receive one $20 Visa gift card each. By liking and commenting on posts about We Scare Hunger, users can do their part to educate and build interest across Facebook for this inspiring campaign.

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We Scare Hunger is a campaign created by Free The Children to support local food banks. Those in the local community can drop off their non-perishable food items at NorthStar Ford Fort McMurray Oct. 1 - Oct. 31, 2014.

Marty Giles, dealer principal of NorthStar Ford, said, "Each month, almost 850,000 Canadians are assisted by food banks in Canada. Thirty-six percent of those are children and youth. Additionally, one in five parents said they skipped meals to ensure there was enough food for their children. One of the core values of NorthStar Ford is that we must support the communities that support us, so we want to help make a difference, and we're asking you to do the same. All you need to do is bring in your unused, non-perishable food items in to our dealership and we'll send them directly to the local food banks that need them."

For more information on the impact of hunger in Canada, visit

NorthStar Ford Group Canada is located in Fort McMurray, Calgary, Cochrane and Fort McKay. The staff at NorthStar Ford Group is passionately committed to ensuring that the customer has a vehicle in his or her hands as many minutes a year as possible in order to live life to the fullest.

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