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SylvanSport launches adventure essay contest

BREVARD, N.C. — There’s no better way to enjoy an adventure than with favorite gear in tow. A Swiss army knife of campers, the SylvanSport GO is the ultimate adventure aid, the company noted today.

A GO can hold up to 10 kayaks or five bikes, or all camping gear plus a few surf boards, or an ATV and rock climbing gear.

Detail your GO adventure in this online essay contest for bold and creative outdoor adventure junkies for a chance to go on the adventure of a lifetime.

Visit www.sylvansport.com/contest and, in 400 words or less, describe your epic plans are for a gear-heavy GO expedition and how you would promote theadventure.

“Would that be Blogging? Stop-motion photo stream? Sky writing? Would you brag to your friends? How about your office, your ex or your grandma? Tell us,” said Leah Quintal, SylvanSport marketing coordinator.

The three best essays win a hooked up gear package from SylvanSport’s premier outdoors sports sponsors including Yamaha, Kelty, Keen, Black Diamond, Wenger, Jackson Kayak, Spot, Grand Truck Good and Orbea.

“The most epic and well documented resulting adventure of the three finalists keeps the Go itself and bonus gear from our sponsors,” said Quintal. “That’s the GO, thousands of dollars worth of gear, major online publicity, and bragging rights.”

 

The contest ends May 31. Each week, contestants are automatically entered into weekly giveaways for more great gear from the sponsors.

“The earlier you sign up, the more chances you have to win prizes,” said Quintal.

For more information, visit www.sylvansport.com/contest.

SOURCE: SylvanSport press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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