Are you following? New Mobile site
For those of you who haven’t heard, we made a major announcement last week about our brand new mobile site, which is viewable at TakeMeFishing.org/mobile from smartphones, giving access to TakeMeFishing.org’s best assets right in the palm of your hand. To celebrate, we’ve decided to give you the opportunity to win some extremely cool stuff. So if you’re not already following @Take_Me_Fishing on Twitter, now would be a good time to start.
On March 3, we began a “10 Days of Giveaways” contest on Twitter. Every day around 4 p.m., we’ll Tweet a new phrase or message about the contest and you’ll be automatically entered to win simply by following us and re-tweeting that message! We’ll announce a new (randomly drawn) winner every 24 hours for 10 business days! Though it may have already started, you’ve still got plenty of time to win, so get out there and start Tweeting!
On day one of the contest, we chose 10 winners. This afternoon we’ll choose nine. Next Monday? Eight winners, and so on. We’ve got some great prizes like Take Me Fishing koozies, seat caddies, waterproof carrying cases, steel soap and more. And the prize on day 10 (which, of course, goes to just one person) will make you Flip!
For those of you looking for further clarification, make sure to check out the contest rules for more details.
So send out an e-mail, talk about it around the water cooler, give us a shout out this #FF (Follow Friday)! No matter how you do it, be sure to spread the word about Take Me Fishing’s new mobile site and Twitter contest!
Good luck! We’ll see you on the Tweet Deck!
Stephanie Vatalaro is vice president of communications for the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and its Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar campaigns where she works to recruit newcomers to recreational fishing and boating and increase awareness of aquatic conservation. Stephanie grew up in the Florida Keys as the daughter of a flats fishing guide. Outside of work, you can find her fishing and boating with her family on the Potomac River in the Northern Neck of Virginia.