Summer Tour Raffle Winners Announced! - Mind Body Paddle

Summer Tour Raffle Winners Announced!

Summer Tour Raffle Winners Announced!


By Em Shanblatt

Every woman who paddled with the Girls at Play summer tour, whether the adventure took place out east with Anna or out west with Mary Frances and I, had her name entered into a raffle to win some sweet gear!  REMEMBER?!

Now that the Girls at Play team is finally reunited after a long summer of adventure and travel, we’ve drawn the winners!  Here they are!


First Ascent BC 200 Jacket –(Check out the blog post I just wrote about this jacket!
Joy Tharp!!!
Tiffany Timpko!!!
and last but certianly not least…a Girls at Play T-Shirt! and the winner is…
Samantha Wheelock!
Here are all the winners again…just in case:
Kokatat Trinity — Kimberly Riggle
BC 200 Jacket — Joy Tharp
Smith Novela Sunglasses — Tiffany Timpko
GAP T-shirt — Samantha
Congrats to the winners and thanks again to EVERYONE who participated in the GAP Summer tours!  We had a blast being on the water with so many amazing women.  Can’t wait to do it again next year!  Hope to see you all out there!
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