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Val Caron resident brews up new car at Tim Hortons

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 18, 2014 - 11:34 AM |
Val Caron resident Richard Lamothe, centre, receives the keys to the new car he won in the Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim to Win promotion. Manager Trevor Witty, left, and owner Ken Davidson, right, presented Lamothe with his new car. This is the second vehicle winner in the Sudbury area in the last two years. Supplied photo.

Val Caron resident Richard Lamothe, centre, receives the keys to the new car he won in the Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim to Win promotion. Manager Trevor Witty, left, and owner Ken Davidson, right, presented Lamothe with his new car. This is the second vehicle winner in the Sudbury area in the last two years. Supplied photo.

By simply rolling up the rim of his Tim Hortons cup, Val Caron resident Richard Lamothe found himself as a new owner of an all-new 2014 Toyota Corolla Sport.

It was a grand prize in this year’s Roll up the Rim to Win contest at Tim Hortons.

“Having a grand-prize winner at our restaurant is exciting for our guests, team members and the community,” said Ken Davidson, Tim Hortons restaurant owner in Val Caron who, along with his wife, Bonny, celebrated a vehicle winner a few years back.

“Our guests are happy when they win a donut or a coffee, so you can imagine how thrilling it is when someone rolls up the rim and realizes they’ve won a new vehicle.”

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