Are you ready to celebrate your neighbourhood? Do you have a walking path that you and your furry friend love to take in the morning? Do you have a go-to coffee shop where the barista knows your order before you even say a word? Or perhaps, you have a perfect spot where the community gathers for barbecues and block parties, and your children have made friends at the nearby playground.
Edmonton’s neighbourhoods are more than just a collection of houses and streets; they are vibrant communities, building blocks for community resilience and success. Beyond the walls of our homes, our community plays a crucial role in our overall happiness and well-being.
Rümi, a home solutions provider powered by ATCOenergy, wants to celebrate Alberta’s most energetic neighbourhoods by hosting the Rümi Good Neighbourhood Contest. By submitting your entry before June 11, 2023, you will be entered for the chance to win the Ultimate Block Party valued at $10,000.
Rally your friends and neighbours to gather as many nominations for your community as possible. The winning community will receive the ultimate block party, complete with live music, games and snacks. Rümi wants to empower connections and celebrate the people who energize your community.
To announce and celebrate the winning neighbourhood, Rümi will be holding the Rümi Neighbour Day Party on Saturday, June 17, 2023 at Calgary’s ATCO Park, where the winner will be crowned.
Remember, nominations for the Good Neighbourhood Contest close on June 11, 2023, so make sure to submit your entry for a chance to win the ultimate block party! Visit neighbours.rumi.ca, and tell them why your neighbourhood is the best. Nominations are open until June 11, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. MST. See rules and regulations at rumi.ca.
Is there something in your neighbourhood that makes your community stand out? Nominate your neighbourhood for a chance to win the Ultimate Block this summer, brought to you by Rümi, powered by ATCO.
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