Grand opening celebration for Langley MEC store

Prizes, workshops, clinics, product demos and samples will be offered during festivities on June 22

Come celebrate the opening of your new MEC store in Langley on Saturday, June 22 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The day of fun includes free gifts for the first 100 people to arrive, prize draws throughout the day, free workshops, clinics, product demos and samples.

The Langley location will be the third MEC in the Lower Mainland (North Vancouver and Vancouver).

Members purchase a $5 lifetime individual membership to join MEC, which in effect makes them a part owner.

There are 3.9 million MEC members, including 850,00 in B.C.

Sales — both in store and online — exceeded more than $300 million.

The store specializes in clothing, gear and services for active lifestyles.

It will be located in the Willowbrook Park Shopping Centre in a 16,000 square foot store. It will be on 200 Street, just off the Langley Bypass.

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