You Can Win A Car Just By Entering This Montreal Restaurant’s Instagram Contest

How does a brand-new Honda worth $17,700 sound?
You Can Win A Car Just By Entering This Montreal Restaurant’s Instagram Contest

Long, lazy days in national parks, drive-in theatres, scenic road trips from the city, rolling up to the Orange Julep — with freezing daytime temperatures firmly in our rearview mirror, some of Montreal's best warm-weather activities are closer than ever. That is, if you have a car.

But what if you had the chance to win a new set of wheels?

From now until March 31, much-loved Lebanese restaurant Amir is serving up its most delicious giveaway yet in appreciation of its customers over the past year: a brand-new vehicle from Honda valued at $17,700!

Just picture yourself cruising down the open road, listening to your favourite tunes on blast all while being the envy of your friends. Now that's a dream ride you can get behind.

Wondering how to enter the contest? Follow Amir's Instagram page and tag two friends in the comments on this post. Not on Instagram? Don't sweat it. You can also enter the contest on Facebook.

Yep, that's all there is to it! If you want to give yourself an even better shot at winning, you can share the official post on your Instagram Stories for an extra entry.

The contest is only open for a limited time, so if cruising around the city in a new Honda sounds like something you'd enjoy, you have until March 31, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. to enter.

Amir is truly giving back to its customers in the coolest way.

The Montreal-founded franchise has been dishing out authentic Lebanese cuisine since 1983. Established with a philosophy based on family values, Amir has stayed true to its roots over 30 years later with 80 plus locations across Quebec, many of which are owned and operated by families. 

Plus, all of their dishes are HACCP-certified, free from preservatives and full of fresh veggies with made-in-house spreads, white-meat chicken and AAA beef.

From their signature garlic potatoes that make garlic breath totally worth it to their newly launched, plant-based kafta/kabab, all of their dishes are born out of family recipes.

Side note: Amir's famous garlic sauce, falafel mix and potato seasoning are actually available at local grocers like IGA, Provigo and Metro. That means you can enjoy the best of Amir at any time — even in your brand-new ride.

Restaurant Amir Giveaway

Price: Free to enter

When: Contest ends on March 31, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Where: On Amir's official Instagram and Facebook pages

Why You Need To Enter: Win a new Honda valued at $17,700!

To enter Restaurant Amir's giveaway, check out the official post on Instagram or Facebook. For full contest rules, visit Amir's website.

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