Fly the CPS-ECP Flag Contest is Back!

CPS Flag

May 24, 2016

We had so much last year that we decided to bring the contest back for the 2016 boating season.

How to Enter:

Share a picture of yourself hoisting the CPS-ECP flag (regular member or life member flag) on Twitter or Facebook and automatically be entered to win.

1 Follow CPS-ECP on Twitter @cpsboat or Like CPS-ECP on Facebook at:
2 Take a photo of yourself hoisting the CPS-ECP Flag while wearing your life jacket.
3 Upload photo on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #CPSECPflag and tag CPS-ECP’s social media profile.

Not a Twitter or Facebook user?
Submit your digital photo here for us to share.

Need a new flag?
Log-in Ship’s Store to buy one.

The contest ends August 31, 2016 at 5pm EST.

Three winners will be selected at random after the submission period ends. Announcement and instructions for the prizes will be given via direct message on the social media/email entered upon submission, and later shared on Facebook, Twitter and the CPS-ECP website. Each entrant is expected to monitor his or her social media/email account for announcement and will need to respond within 7 days to confirm they have received the message and to receive the prize. Terms and conditions may apply.

Full contest details here

Photo: John Coghlan


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