Val Schabert and Bob Hepp are dressed in their festive best as they welcome guests to the traditional Ponoka Family Community Christmas Day event that has been a gala Christmas day tradition for several decades. As always everyone is invited to the jolly 2016 event on Christmas Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion

Boost your Christmas Spending Power

Christmas is about giving and we all want our Christmas dollars to go as far as possible.

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Not all of us are as lucky as Santa, whose legendary ride is known around the world.

But even without magic reindeer most of us would love a fantastic vehicle this Christmas, and at Legacy Fernie Ford, General Manager Jordan Friesen knows exactly how to boost your Christmas spending power to put you in the driver’s seat.

It all starts with selection.

As part of the Legacy Auto Group, Fernie Ford has access to a huge inventory of vehicles located at any one of eight dealerships. With a simple click of a mouse on the Legacy Auto Group website, Christmas car and truck shoppers can peruse a massive inventory of vehicles, including the Ford F150, Escape, Focus, and even the iconic Mustang! Make a selection, make a wish, and head on down for a ride that even Santa will envy.

“We offer a massive inventory,” said Friesen, adding that, even if a particular vehicle isn’t on their lot right now, Fernie’s elves will get it for you in a twinkle of an eye.

“We’re also about value,” said Friesen. “We all want our Christmas dollar to go as far as possible and at Legacy Fernie Ford we offer Christmas-time rebates of up to $10,000 on some trucks and our prices are always competitive.”

When coupled with 0% financing options on select models, and even a first time buyer’s program for new residents, young folks, or anyone without an established credit history, the helpful staff at Legacy Fernie Ford know they can make Christmas dreams of a new vehicle come true in a way most every Christmas car and truck shopper can afford. Apply today.

Friesen explained that, as a third generation business, Legacy Fernie Ford is also committed to giving back to the community.

“We’ll be doing a sales event between Dec. 15 and 17 where all our customers will receive a special gift,” said Friesen. “Also, if people drop off gifts or donations for those in need, Legacy Fernie Ford will match that gift and all donations will go to groups like the Salvation Army and the Royal Canadian Legion.

Friesen explained how the people at Legacy Fernie Ford love Christmas and the spirit of giving, peace and harmony the season brings out in all of us. It’s a positive attitude they carry on throughout the year, but at Christmas it’s on the forefront of everyone’s mind.

“Christmas is about giving and, particularly through this very special season, we want to give our customers the products, services and smiles they’ll remember and enjoy all year round.” Follow us on Facebook.

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