While White Spots seem to be all over the city today, it was once Canada’s first drive-in restaurant at Granville and 67th. In 1928, Nat Bailey created this BC legend that now stirs up many of our best childhood memories.
Perhaps our fondest memory was having a Pirate Pak to call our own.
Pirate Pak Day returns to White Spot on Wednesday, August 15 and once again big kids can purchase an ‘Adult Pak’, providing an opportunity to enjoy a nostalgic treat while supporting a fantastic charity.
For each kids and adult Pirate Pak sold on August 15, White Spot will donate $2 to Zajac Ranch for Children, an established B.C. charity that gives children and young adults with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities an unforgettable summer camp experience. This is a cause that we can stand behind.
The ‘Adult Pak’ comes with your choice of one of White Spot’s legendary burger combos complete with fresh-cut fries, a soft drink, a scoop of ice cream and a chocolate “gold” coin.
For helping us spread the word, one lucky participant will win a $25 White Spot gift card. The gift card is applicable any day of the year; you just won’t get the cardboard ship or chocolate coin and the chance to wear an eye patch at dinner.
Spread the word to win $25 White Spot gift card
WINNER ANNOUNCED: Food Gays via Facebook share. Congratulations and have fun!
Here are 2 simple ways to enter :
- Follow us and Tweet the following: Adult Pirate Paks are back Aug 15 for charity. Win $25 to @White_Spot from @VanFoodTour http://ow.ly/cQ0jz
- Facebook: “Like” this post and share with your friends. Only sharsies count!
Each method counts as a separate entry. The winner will be drawn and announced on Monday, August 13 th. Best of luck!