Let’s do one more Registration Promotion since the January promo was such a success. Here’s the deal. Everyone who signs up for the MOMAR by Monday, Feb 28th, goes into a draw for the following prize packages:
GRAND PRIZE: MOMAR & BC FERRIES PRIZE PACKAGE!
- One MOMAR Race Entry
- A return trip on BC Ferries for an underheight vehicle, driver, and passenger
- One brand new limited edition 2011 MOMAR bike jersey
RUNNER UP PRIZE: Whislter Weekend Adventure Getaway!
We’ll also draw for consolation prizes including:
Everyone who has already signed up is eligble for the draw.
Thanks to everyone who signed up for the Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race duing the month of December. The winners of the early bird prize packages as determined through a random draw using Excel’s =RAND() formula are:
- Marc Leblanc – $25 Gift Certificate from Frontrunners
- Carmel Ecker – Double Kayak Rental for Burnaby MOMAR
- Roger Morgan – Free Entry to the Yeti XC
- James Hiebert – Free Entry to the MOMAR
- Brandy Hughes – MOMAR Bike Jersey
- Katherine Nicholson-Acorn – $50 Gift Certificate from Surface Collective
I will email all the winners with details on how to claim your prize.
Thanks to Frontrunners, Surface Collective, Big Chop Summer Paddle Series and The Yeti for contibuting prizing!
My friend and longtime MOMAR racer and volunteer, Michelle Relf, take the MOMAR t-shirt overseas. Here she is with her friend in Ireland posing with the shirt from this year’s MOMAR Squamish.
I can’t remember which race the fuchsia shirt is from (in photo below) but if you remember, then please reply as a comment below.
Both shirts were designed by my little brother, Rod, and he is busy working on the shirt design for the Shawnigan Race. Speaking of my brother, I better give his company, Surface Collective, a big plug. Rod and his business partner Michelle have just filmed an episode on the CBC show Dragon’s Den which will air in October 2008.
Did you know that the MOMAR was one of the first races that used American Apparel (warning: some might consider this site a bit offensive… others (gary) will love it… ) shirts and offered female sizing? We have always believed that a shirt should be wearable and some of the ways we did that was to pay for a high quality shirt, put on a cool graphic (something your parents wouldn’t wear or one that your kids would be jealous of what you are wearing!), and we put the logos on the lower back (small). Personally, I can’t stand shirts with all the gaudy logos that cover the back or the poorly fitting Gilden shirts with their fat collars.
The Vancouver Sun Run has always had the worst shirts. You would think a race that huge would have figured it out by now! I did that run 10 times and each year I would tear it up and make it my new bike rag.
Anyway, enough about shirts! Time to get back to the Tour.