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January 13, 2010
Chance Of A Lifetime For The Ultimate Rider; Ski-Doo Summit Drop Contest Hits
BRP launched the Ski-Doo Summit Drop contest yesterday, giving talented and passionate riders the dream opportunity to be part of a new sled introduction, in a way never seen before.
The contest takes freeriding to the limit with a trip to one of the most spectacular ride areas in North America, on a new Summit snowmobile, where the winner and his best riding buddy will get to be two of the first consumers to ride the new machines. This will be the perfect ride, on the perfect machine, for the ultimate rider.
Four finalists also experience the excitement of the 2011 Club Ski-Doo dealer meeting in Orlando, FL. Here they’ll see the sheets pulled off all the 2011 Ski-Doo snowmobiles, check out the latest gear, learn what’s new and the grand prize winner will be chosen.
Some of the world’s best and most enthusiastic snowmobilers may not be known to all, but this contest is their opportunity to show what they have, and answer the question; are you the ultimate rider? Here’s the skinny on what happens:
• Riders from now until Feb. 8 visit ski-doo.com to create a profile of themselves and convince the Ski-Doo jury they should be chosen.
• Then they link it to their riding photos and videos on YouTube or Flickr.
The Ski-Doo staff will choose four finalists to be invited to Club Ski-Doo Feb. 23, where their profiles and videos will be reviewed again and BRP names the grand prize winner.
In addition to the grand prize and finalist’s trip, 20 lucky contestants receive a Ski-Doo riding jacket in random draws.
The contest opened Jan. 12 and closes Feb. 8—so move fast and enter now.
Grand Prize: Trip for two to an undisclosed location for a day of riding with the Ski-Doo Mountain staff on March 5-7, 2010.
Four Finalists Prize: All expense paid trip for one to Club Ski-Doo in Orlando, FL, Feb. 23-26, 2010.
Random Draw: 20 Ski-Doo riding jackets to be given away randomly to contestants.
Visit www.ski-doo.com for contest details and to register.
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