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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 www.gorving.ca/photocontest.

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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About Ronnie Garrett

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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