AT Paddle/GAP Summer Tour Giveaway!! - Mind Body Paddle

AT Paddle/GAP Summer Tour Giveaway!!

AT Paddle/GAP Summer Tour Giveaway!!

Join a Girls at Play Summer Tour Event and you could win a new AT paddle!

We’re happy to announce the winner of the AT Eddy paddle — Michelle Byers!  Congratulations Michelle!!  Everyone stay tuned for 2011 and the awesome clinics and prizes that await you in the GAP Summer Tour 2011.  SYOTR — GAP Staff

This year AT has generously donated an AT Eddy paddle to Girls at Play to give away to a lucky Girls at Play Summer Tour participant!  Now, not only will you get a stellar day of instruction with Anna Levesque and team Girls at Play for a screaming deal, but you could also win a brand new AT paddle worth $329.00!  The AT Eddy paddle is a light, composite paddle and is easy on your eyes. It is a great high quality option for beginner to intermediate paddlers and for those who prefer non-foam core blades with a durable edge.

The Girls at Play Summer Tour will kick off June 12 and 13 at Green River Adventures in Saluda, NC. Anna and her Girls at Play team will then travel to rivers all over the Eastern U.S. teaching and inspiring through July and August.  All women participating in the clinics will be eligible to win the AT Eddy Paddle.  And, did we mention that participants get to demo Dagger kayaks, AT paddles, Kokatat PFDs and Shred Ready helmets too!

Here are the locations and dates for the GAP Summer Tour 2010:

June 12 – 13 | Girls at Play Summer Tour at Green River Adventures, Saluda, NC| 800.335.1530

June 20 – 21 | Girls at Play Summer Tour at Riversport, Confluence, PA|

July 8 – 9 | Girls at Play Summer Tour at Northeast P.A. Kayak School | 570.325.3432

July 10 – 11 | Girls at Play Summer Tour at Appomattox River Co, Richmond, VA |

July 31-August 1| Girls at Play Summer Tour at The Outside World, GA| 866.375.2628

August 7 – 8 | Girls at Play Summer Tour at River City Canoe and Kayak, Louisville, KY | 502.384.3737

Contest rules below…

AT Paddle/GAP Summer Tour Giveaway Rules

1.  Drawing will take place on  August 31st, 2010

2.  To be eligible you must have particpated in a Girls at Play Summer Tour event between June 1st and August 31st 2010.  Click here to check the GAP Calendar for scheduled events.

3.  If you book a spot at a Girls at Play Summer Tour event, but then cancel, you are not eligible.  You must have participated in the full day’s event to be eligible.

4.  You must meet the skill requirements for the event that you book into as outlined on the information page for the specific trip.

5.  The prize is not redeemable in cash and must be accepted as awarded.

6.  In accepting the prize the winner acknowledges that Girls at Play LLC and AT Paddles may not be held liable for any loss, damages or injury associated with accepting or using this prize.

7.  If you participate in multiple Girls at Play Summer Tour events your name will be entered multiple times, equal to the number of Girls at Play Summer Tour events that you participated in, into the contest.  So, if you participated in two days of GAP Summer Tour events then your name will be entered twice.

Good luck and see you on the water!

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