Win A Staycation At Quest Apartments Griffith

Monday, 08 Nov 2021

Win A Staycation At Quest Apartments Griffith Do you know someone who has had a particularly difficult 2021 and could use some Christmas cheer?

Why not nominate them for our fantastic Carols by Candlelight ‘staycation’ package!

Griffith City Council has partnered with Quest Apartments Griffith to offer the lucky winner the best seat in the house – an overnight stay in a Studio Apartment, complete with a grazing platter for two, and a balcony to enjoy the Carols in comfort.

Chair of the Griffith Christmas Working Group, Councillor Dino Zappacosta said 2021 has been somewhat of a challenge for many Griffith residents.

“Last year we partnered with Quest to hold this competition for the first time and it made us realise how many people locally were doing it tough,” said Councillor Zappacosta.

“Knowing that this year was just as trying, we wanted to run the competition again and bring some Christmas spirit to a deserving community member. A special thank you to Sophie and Yannick at the Quest for their sponsorship – and if you are keen on watching the Carols from the comfort of a balcony at the Quest, why not consider your own staycation?”

Hotel Manager, Yannick Kee Mew said Quest are back on track to make Griffith vibrant and buzzing with our local community.

“Christmas is the time for family ties & friends reunions, especially for those regional areas satellite to Griffith NSW. At Quest Griffith, we are looking forward to make your accommodation requirements as comfortable and effortless as we welcome a new chapter of our history,” said Mr Kee Mew.

“We are delighted to offer a one night studio apartment for the Carols by Candlelight on Saturday December 11, 2021. Enjoy the moment and Ci Vediamo Griffith – (see you soon)!”

Check in will be from 3pm Saturday 11 December, and check out by 10am Sunday 12 December.

To nominate a worthy Griffith resident for this fantastic staycation, please visit: www.glow2680.com.au

The competition opens Monday 15 November 2021, and closes Wednesday 1 December 2021 with the winner announced Friday 3 December.
 

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