Local woman wins Jim’s Food Market prize

Bonnie Paquette is ready for some outdoor entertaining, thanks to Jim’s Food Market

Clearwater resident Bonnie Paquette and her daughters check out the Weber barbeque they recently won in a draw at Jim's Food Market.

Summer is here and Bonnie Paquette is ready for some outdoor entertaining, thanks to Jim’s Food Market.

The Clearwater resident recently won a draw sponsored by the store for a Weber barbeque prize package worth over $500. The package consisted of the barbeque, a full tank of gas, 10 bags of chips, six cases of pop, and a grilling took kit. From May to July customers earned one entry for each Premium Aged strip loin steak purchased.

In case Paquette is wondering what to cook on her new barbeque, Jim’s Food Market offer three exclusive brands of top-quality beef products that are available all year round.

• Hereford Beef (steaks, ground, roasts, burger patties) – 100 per cent natural, hormone-free beef, raised and butchered locally;

* Perfect Cut Meats – various beef steaks (and pre-cooked pork ribs), Grade A meats, very economically priced, great flavor, cut smaller for quick and healthy eating; and

 

• Premium Aged Steaks – strip loin, rib steak, and prime rib steak – minimum 28 days aged, thick-cut by hand, graded AA and AAA, steakhouse quality beef!

 

 

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