Register Before October 29th to be Entered! Steveston Marine Walkerbay Oddessy Draw


Oct 24, 2016

CPS-ECP Member Benefits partner Steveston Marine is pleased to announce an exciting new draw that is exclusive to CPS-ECP members. Steveston Marine will award one WalkerbayOddessy 240 Inflatable air floor boat – $1,700 full retail value, as the grand prize for this draw.

All current CPS-ECP members in Good Standing are eligible to participate in this draw.

In order to be entered into the draw, CPS-ECP members must register a CPS-ECP / Steveston Marine Member Account (online or in person) with Steveston Marine by no later than 1700 PDT on Friday October 28, 2016. By registering their member account, CPS-ECP members are not only registered for the draw but they are also immediately registered to take advantage of the member benefit discount and squadron rebate program offered by Steveston Marine.

To register online go to:

To Register in person:
Visit one of Steveston’s four Greater Vancouver area locations:
• 1667 West 5th Avenue, Vancouver
• 3560 Moncton Street, Richmond
• 201-19700 Langley Bypass, Langley
• 8331 River Road, Richmond


• Visit the Steveston Marine Booth at the 2016 CPS-ECP National Conference and AGM at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver between October 26 and 28, 2016.

Upon registering with Steveston Marine, one ballot will be entered in the member’s name for the draw. Each member will be limited to one ballot for this draw.

The draw for the WalkerbayOddessy 240 Inflatable will take place at the AGM Luncheon on Saturday October 29, 2016 in Vancouver at the Sheraton Wall Centre.

Please Note:
• To register, members will be required to enter their membership number for verification of membership.
• All CPS-ECP members previously registered will also be entered.
• This prize has no cash value, nor will there be any exchange of this prize for other items offered for sale by Steveston Marine.
• The CPS-ECP prize winner will have the inflatable shipped to them at the address they have registered.
• To enter for this draw, CPS-ECP Members only need to register with Steveston Marine. No purchase is required.


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