2017 Boating Calendar in Support of The Children’s Wish Foundation

Boating Calendar

Dec 5, 2016

Order by December 9th  to ensure delivery in time for Christmas!

Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons will be featured in the month of November in the 2017 Boating Calendar in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation. As a result of having this complimentary space, and our organization having a significant advertising benefit, CPS-ECP is again pleased to participate in and support the 2017 Boating Calendar program in support of The Children’s Wish Foundation.

You can order your copies today and help the Foundation in their mission of never denying an eligible child their wish. These calendars make wonderful gifts for the coming Holiday Season. Proceeds from this project go to provide children with life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to realize their most heartfelt wish.

The cost of these calendars is only $20.00 when you use promo code: CPS2017. Canadian and Continental United States orders received by or before December 9th will arrive in time for Christmas.

So order yours today at: www.inspiredboating.ca

 

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