Encourage Your Customers To Enter The TIBS Photo Contest

Why not encourage your customers to enter the Toronto International Boat Show Photo Contest? They just might win one of three $1,000 Shopping Sprees!  

In their latest newsletter, the show organizers say, "It's a proven fact that boating goes a long way towards improving your quality of life!"

There are so many ways to reconnect with family and friends on the water — from fishing, to waterskiing, wakeboarding, sailing and cruising, or simply relaxing and enjoying the warm glow of an evening sunset.

Boating creates memories that last a lifetime, and if your customers have captured some of those memories in photos — images that communicate why they love boating — we'd like to see them!

The show organizers invite boaters to show them why you love boating, by entering up to 10 of your favourite digital photos in our I Love Boating Photo Contest. Your customers can be eligible to win some great prizes!
Win one of three $1,000 Shopping Sprees at the Toronto International Boat Show – January 12 to 20, 2013!
Win one of ten $100 Shopping Sprees at the Toronto International Boat Show – January 12 to 20, 2013!
It's super easy to enter online at www.TorontoBoatShow.com, where complete Contest Rules and Regulations are posted.

The Contest starts at 12 am EST, July 3, 2012, and ends at 11:59 pm EST, October 31, 2012. No purchase necessary. Digital entries only; a maximum of 10 entries per participant. Entrant must be the owner/creator of his/her photo; and all entries become the property of the sponsor.

Click here for complete details — then start uploading your photos today!

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