Tag with #epicglassblast#glassisnotdead (Extra bonus points for posting & tagging on Instagram and Twitter)
Your Instagram pics will appear in real time right here >>
If you don’t have an Epic you can still win prizes by liking and sharing.
Rules of Engagement:
No kill shots, no lip grippers
Pics must feature an Epic rod or Epic custom build
Enter as often as you want
Winners will be selected by tallying up likes, shares and hashtags (across all media)- so shout it up!
Random extra prizes will be awarded for particularly cool, funny or slick shots.
Winners will be announced on our FB page and in our Newsletter (make sure you’re signed up )
Each month we’ll choose a winner, or maybe two. Those winners will receive a sweet American Apparel Epic T + tippets, leaders and accessories from Stroft and Loon.
Each quarter well choose the best picture submitted over the previous 3 months. The winner will receive a $500 gift voucher to spend in our store.
We’ll print up a limited edition colour poster featuring pictures showcased throughout the year. Selected contributors will receive a free copy. If selected, and in order for your photograph to appear on the poster you will have to be happy to sign a photographic release so that we may legally reprint your pic.
Go to it!
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