Warren Miller and POLO's Video Contest.

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Warren Miller and POLO's Video Contest.

Submit your action sports video to Warren Miller for a chance to win a Ralph Lauren Gift Card and a pair of KASTLE skis. Top five winners will also receive POLO Red, White & Blue, the new fragrance by Ralph Lauren.

How to Enter:
1. Upload an original video of you or someone you know engaged in any action sports activity. 2. Get all of your friends to vote between now and August 14th, 2010 for your video. The more votes you get, the better chance you have to win!

A panel of Bonnier Mountain Group employees will consider the 10 videos that receive the most fan votes and choose which entry will win the Grand Prize, a $2000 gift card from Ralph Lauren and a pair of KASTLE skis. The winning video will be chosen based on the criteria of originality, skill, and relevance to the contest theme of action sports. Five second place winners will receive POLO Red, White & Blue and a Warren Miler DVD.

So...get out those video cameras and show us what you’ve got! Good Luck!

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And, there is a 35 percent off close-out sale at Warren Miller Gear, which ends August 1. Get your goods now before they sell out.

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