Fly the Flag and Win Contest with CPS-ECP

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July 26, 2016

Don’t miss your chance to win a great prize from CPS-ECP Partners.

Enter your photo for a chance to win:
– Barbarian Rugby shirt and cap from C-Tow
– Samsung Tab E 9.6” Tablet from Cowan Insurance
– Marine 5 Navigation software from Fugawi
– Helly Hansen 50 litre folding, duffel bag from Steveston Marine.

Photo: Scott Merkley

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: www.facebook.com/CPSboat
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 by email for us to share.

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

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

Full contest details here

 

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