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Kelowna woman gifts iNFOnews.ca World Gym membership prize to mom

Traci Savel was all smiles when she received her World Gym membership.

KELOWNA - Traci Savel didn't expect to start 2019 with a year-long gym membership, but thanks to her daughter's generosity and iNFOnews.ca, she's got a premium pass to World Gym.

Savel's daughter Jade Raycraft-Savel liked our iNFOnews Kelowna Facebook page during our contest period and was randomly selected as the winner of our grand prize, a 2019 World Gym Platinum membership.

Raycraft-Savel said she is often out of town so she decided to give her prize to her mother.

"It's about time kids give back," Savel joked. "I love her to death."

Savel is thrilled to try out the wide variety of equipment and classes at World Gym. She's been meaning to try new exercises and now she has the perfect outlet.

"I was thinking I should do something and the universe was like, 'bam, you are doing something,'" she said.

Congratulations, Traci.


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