Photo Contest: Win Three Days of Catskiing

Submit your favorite skiing photo to Spy Optics and win three days of catskiing with BC’s Powder Cowboy Catskiing from March 11 to 14, 2010.
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Introducing yet another contest. But this one doesn’t require a 90-second YouTube video, an interview, or any other lengthy entry. To enter Spy Optics’ Waist Deep Snow Session Contest just send one ski action photo of yourself skiing or one that you took and you could be sent to Fernie, British Columbia, March 11 to 14 this season to ski with Powder Cowboy Catskiing. All expenses paid, the contest winner receives catskiing with Spy athletes, food, lodging, and naturally, massages.

Photo submissions are based on creativity and originality. Two grand prizes, announced February 8, 2010, will be awarded to one U.S resident and one Canadian resident.

Deadline is January 31, 2010. 

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