Huge savings, give-aways, dog house building and more: Bulkley Valley Home Centre powers up for 20th annual tool sale

June 10 extravaganza features barbecue fundraiser for Noah Stolte

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With summer’s arrival on the horizon, project season can’t be far behind. The Castle Bulkley Valley Home Centre helps locals get busy with this Saturday’s 20th annual Power Tool Sale – packed full of great savings, entertaining activities and a community fundraising barbecue.

“We have customers who wait all year to buy their power tools at this event,” says Travis Nanninga, home centre general manager. “But for our 20th anniversary sale, we also wanted to do something a little different.”

In addition to a host of demos from a variety of popular tool companies, Alpha Northwest Construction and Westwind Custom Carpentry will square off to see who can build the best dog house – to be judged by the visiting tool reps.

While you catch the action, be sure to stop by the fundraising barbecue for Noah Stolte and his family. After living in remission from cancer for five years, the Grade 11 student is once again undergoing leukemia treatment in Vancouver.

You can also support the family by bidding on the two finished dog houses, which will be on display at the store through the week. Return often to make sure you still have the top bid in the silent auction. All proceeds will go to the Stoltes.

Need more reasons to visit this must-attend? Here are six!

Reason 1 – Father’s Day is just around the corner. Need we say more? Get dad the gift he really wants … and at a great price!

Reason 2 – Enter to win … tools! With every tool purchased, get an entry in the power tool giveaway – one power tool every hour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Reason 3 – Did we mention great deals? Find more than 400 tools throughout the store specially stickered and marked down so you can see just how much you’re saving.

Reason 4 – There’s more in the middle. Bring your shopping cart to the centre aisle of the store, filled with great deals on power tools that must go.

Reason 5 – It’s demo time. Reps from Makita, Dewalt, Bosch, King Canada, Stanley, Bostitch and Milwaukee will all be on hand to demo the tools you want.

Reason 6 – It pays to be early. With deals like an 18v, 3amp Makita drill impact kit for $359.99 (regular $449.99), plus a free, 3amp battery valued at $130 (limit two kits per person), early bird specials will be a hot commodity at the Bulkley Valley Home Centre Saturday.

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Serving Telkwa, Houston, Smithers and area, visit the Castle Bulkley Valley Home Centre for all your home and garden project needs. Learn more about the centre and the 20th anniversary Power Tool Sale online or visit Facebook.

 

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