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Princess Margaret Hospital Showhouse Showhome 2009

If you haven't bought your tickets yet for a chance to win the spectacular showhouse designed by House & Home, I'm offering a three-word kick in the pants: early bird draw. If you order your ticket before midnight on Thursday, November 5th, you'll have a bonus chance to win this:

Ferrari California Car Win

Meet the 2010 Ferrari California, valued at $318,819. I'd need a serious driveway redo to make it worthy.

Spending $100 might feel like a lot compared with a twoonie for a garden-variety lottery ticket. But with this sweepstakes for homes, vacations, vehicles and more, your odds are way better and everyone wins: your money supports essential cancer research and care at Princess Margaret Hospital.

Lynda Reeves PMH 2009

And have you seen the house? Check out the video tours and photo gallery and take a look. Lynda and the H&H team aren't for hire, so not even the heftiest jackpot win couldn't buy you their design services to create a rustic modern home furnished with the best of the best.

Style North PMH 2009

Good to see we're not the only ones excited about supporting this worthy cause. We recently took Jennifer Valentyne and Breakfast Television on a live tour of the house. Cobi Ladner posted a little note in her news section on Cobistyle.com (check out the item about her in a fashion show and click to see a photo of her on the runway looking GORGEOUS!). And Christopher Jones at Style North posted a great report about the showhouse.

I agree with Christopher: fall's perfect for a weekend drive to visit the house in Oakville. I hope you'll be inspired enough to buy a ticket and dream of what it would be like to call a grand house your home.

Photo credits:
1. Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
2. 2010 Ferrari California, from Automobilemag.com

3. House & Home video team
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