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Go RVing of Canada launches photo contest

Go RVing of Canada launches photo contest

CANADA — Go RVing Canada has launched a season-long Wildhood Photo Contest to promote the Bring Back Wildhood campaign.

From June 4 until the end of September, Go RVing Canada is asking RVers across Canada to submit and share their best RV camping photo via the photo contest landing page and/or on Instagram using hashtag #WildhoodPhotoContest2018.

The contest categories are:

  • People – portraits or families
  • Landscape – showcasing where you are
  • Nature – showcasing what you see
  • RVs – Show off what makes you and your RV special

Full contest details, terms and conditions and to enter can be found on the contest landing page at

Campers can submit as many photos as they’d like and each entry will be entered to win a randomly drawn prize each month, plus a prize for winning the category and an overall grand prize at the end of the contest.

For the Category and Grand Prizes,the  jury of camping and photo experts, include:

  • Chris Mahony (Go RVing Canada President)
  • Shane Devenish (CCRVC)
  • Eleonore Hamm (President RVDA Canada)
  • Influencer and Photographer Dax Justin
  • RV ambassador and photographer Kelsy Nielson

There are nine prizes in total to be won including a grand prize Dometic CFX 40W Power Cooler worth $1,000, Category prizes of $150 fuel cards, and monthly random draws for a Weber Jumbo Joe BBQ.

SOURCE: Go RVing of Canada press release



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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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