Go RVing Canada Sponsoring Photo Contest
To mark the beginning of summer, Go RVing Canada is launching its 2011 Take Your Best RV Shot Photo Contest. The online photo contest opens today (June 21) and runs until Aug. 29, wrapping up the summer, according to a news release.
Go RVing Canada is encouraging all RV enthusiasts across the country to submit their best RV-related camping photos online for a chance to win one of five prizes. The grand prize for best overall photo is a $750 gift card to Henry’s, Canada’s Digital Camera Center. There will also be four chances to win a $200 President’s Choice gift card. Contestants can submit their photos into four categories:
- Fun-filled discoveries and activities.
- Family portraits.
- Memorable sunsets.
- Breathtaking nature.
The release stated, “Go RVing Canada hopes to encourage those who take advantage of fun and affordable RV vacationing to share their RV experiences with us. As we know, Canada is full of spectacular campgrounds and this summer is a perfect opportunity to enjoy more vacation time within our country. With the increased success of the Canadian RV industry, RV sales have seen an impressive jump in sales figures across the board, signifying that a record number of Canadian families are discovering the fun and flexible travel that the RV lifestyle provides.”
“We are so excited to launch this fun, summer themed contest that is open and available to everyone across Canada,” said Go RVing Canada spokesperson Angèle Lapointe. “In this current digital age, it has become increasingly quick and easy to upload photos instantly on-line. We look forward to receiving Canada’s most memorable photos over the next two months which will only encourage more people to get out and enjoy the RV lifestyle.”
The Go RVing Canada coalition was formed in 1997, and consists of RV manufacturers, RV dealers and campground operators. The coalition serves as the Canadian RV camping industry ambassador to provide the public and media with information about the benefits of RV travel. The coalition also seeks to enhance consumer information and satisfaction with the RV experience.