Fly the CPS-ECP Flag Contest Winners Announced

CPS Fly Flag Winners

Sept 21. 2016

This summer we ran our annual Fly the CPS-ECP Flag and Win photo contest and received many entries. Participants submitted selfies while proudly flying the CPS-ECP Flag and wearing their lifejackets.

The winners are:
Robert Dandurand,P, Britannia-Rideau Power and Sail Squadron, won the Helly Hansen 50 liter duffel bag sponsored by Steveston Marine and Hardware.

Twyla Markham,AP, Saskatchewan Power and Sail Squadron, won the Barbarian Rugby shirt and cap sponsored by C-Tow Marine Assistance Ltd.

Gary Scott, S, Mount Brenton Power and Sail Squadron, won the Samsung Tab E 9.6” Tablet sponsored by Cowan Insurance Group.

Jim Smith,Saskatchewan Power and Sail Squadron, won the Marine 5 Navigation software sponsored by Fugawi.

Congratulations to our 2016 Fly the Flag contest winners and thank-you to all who entered! Watch for the 2017 contest next summer.


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