British Columbia Division

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Breaking Down Barriers.

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The 2nd Annual Breaking Down Barriers Work Boot Drive is kicking off on Saturday, June 9th at Capital Iron!

The Salvation Army will be on site with 100.3 the Q to launch this 3 week long campaign between 11am – 3pm.

With every pair of gently used CSA approved work boots donated, Capital Iron will discount a new pair of work boots by 20%, this is in addition to the discounts provided by participating suppliers including Magnum PRO and Timberland Boots.

The promotion will run from June 9th – 30th.

KEY INFORMATION:

Timeline:  Saturday June 9th until June 30th

Location: Boots can always be donated at Salvation Army facilities: 2695 Quadra Street or 525 Johnson Street

Where: Capital Iron | 1900 Store Street, Victoria BC

Details: With every pair of gently used CSA approved work boots donated, you will receive 20% off new work boots.

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