IKEA Canada Hosting Exciting Slumber Party
Who says slumber parties are just for kids? Certainly not IKEA, because the company is hosting an exciting slumber party event and you're invited.
For the first time ever, IKEA Canada is giving customers across the country the opportunity to win a sleepover experience in the showroom bedroom display.
This unique event, appropriately called the IKEA PJ Party, will give IKEA an opportunity to introduce the company's new 'Get Ready for Life' theme to customers.
The goal of this theme, according to a recent press release, is to inspire Canadians to see sleep as an essential part of life.
So, how exactly can you get in on this fun evening?
Those who are wanting to attend can sign up through IKEAFamily.ca/PJParty.
The PJ Party will be hosted on Saturday, Feb. 23 and will be comprised of two parts.
From 8 to 11 p.m. attendees can enjoy an evening of activities at their local IKEA. Activities will consist of yoga, meditation, bedtime snacks, and guidance from a sleep expert.
Check-in is from 8 to 9 p.m.
And here's where the slumber part comes into play.
When 11 p.m. strikes, 20 pre-confirmed winners will choose their own set of linens and head to bed in IKEA's bedroom section. Winners receive a swag bag full of IKEA sleep essentials.
To enter to win, use the same link provided above and simply opt-in (if you aren't already an IKEA family member, you can become one for free through IKEAFamily.ca). Winners will be confirmed a week in advance.
This PJ Party is being hosted at 11 IKEA stores across the country. The locations are as follows: Coquitlam, Richmond, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Burlington, Etobicoke, Vaughan, North York, Ottawa, and Halifax.
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