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Welcome to Cornish Chiropractic!
Dr. Lea Cornish • Ph.(630) 385-6200
624 W. Veterans Pkwy, Suite A • Yorkville, IL 60560
Lazy Summer Day Promotion
What does visiting us, liking us on Facebook, referring people to us, booking new appointments, and liking/sharing our Facebook posts have in common?
These are all ways to win a Keurig® K-Cup Elite Coffee Maker and Mug Set in a raffle on August 1st.
How do I earn raffle tickets?
- Every office visit = 1 ticket (bonus ticket for every booked appointment)
- New Patient Referral = 10 tickets
- Refer someone for our Practice Representative position = 20 tickets
Like Us on Facebook:
- Like the Lazy Summer Day post = 3 tickets
- Share the post = 5 tickets
- Do both = 10 tickets
But Wait, There's More...
- Check-in on Facebook at our office = 5 bonus tickets
- Take a selfie at our office and tag yourself on Facebook = 8 tickets
- AND FINALLY...Wear your Cornish Chiropractic gear out and about, take a selfie, and post on Facebook and get 15 Bonus Tickets
Keurig® is a registered trademark of Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
Cornish Chiropractic is family-oriented practice that provides comprehensive chiropractic care to a variety of patients from infants to parents of all ages.
Although Dr. Cornish specializes in care for expectant mothers and children, we take pride in treating everyone from school-age children to their parents and grandparents.
We are proud to serve Yorkville, Plano, Sandwich, Oswego, Montgomery, and all communities in Northeastern Illinois.
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