Pier 1 Imports announces two chances to win a $5,000 Gift Card in the Inaugural Home for the Holidays Sweepstakes

Pier 1 to giveaway an additional five $500 gift cards in-store

FORT WORTH, TEXAS, November 8, 2010 – Pier 1 Imports announced today that it will conduct a countrywide sweepstakes beginning November 1st through December 5th.  The sweepstakes is available to Canadian residents only. 

There will be five weekly winners that will each win one $500 dollar gift card and two grand prize winners who will each receive one $5,000 gift card.  Customers can register for their chance to win at any Canadian Pier 1 Imports.

“Pier 1 Imports’ holiday marketing campaign is called Cheer 1 Imports™ and giving a Pier 1 gift card is the perfect way to bring a little cheer into our customer’s lives this holiday season” says Jim Waechter, Vice President of Canadian Stores for Pier 1.  “The holiday season is a wonderful time of year so we are excited to offer our customers another reason to shop Pier 1 locations plus add to the cheer of the season.”  

The drawing will be held on or around December 15, 2010 with the winners being announced shortly after that.  For more information and official rules regarding the sweepstakes visit www.pier1.ca/sweepstakes or www.pier1.ca/contours for our French speaking customers.  To find your local Pier 1, visit pier1.ca or call 1-800-245-4595. 

Pier 1 Holiday Collection

This year’s holiday assortment contains a broad array of everything you need for decorating, entertaining and gifting this holiday season.  The collection consists of exclusive items from countries around the world and is designed to appeal to styles and tastes of all kinds.  The color palette ranges from the traditional red, white and green, gold and silver to unexpected bright blues, pinks and purples. 

About Pier 1 Imports

Pier 1 Imports is North America’s largest specialty retailer of imported decorative home furnishings and gifts with Pier 1 Imports® stores in 49 states, Canada and Mexico.

Sponsor: Pier 1 Services Company. 


Brian Bell