RSS Want to dive the Coral Restoration Foundation at MACNA? #dive4crf gives you the chanc

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  1. MASA Admin

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    The work the Coral Restoration Foundation is important to the survival of some vital reefs in the continental United State and having the opportunity to dive with the CRF is a chance in a lifetime. Now thanks to Piscene Energetics, Boyd Enterprises and Two Little Fishies, Ecoxotic is turning to social media and sponsoring a #Dive4CRF*contest for hobbyists at MACNA to dive with CRF on Monday, September 2.

    The odds are pretty good since there will be nine winners selected to join the dive. The dive and gear is all included and you just need to be able to make it to the dive meeting location by noon, be 16 years or older and you must be scuba certified for open water diving by that time.

    This means if you haven’t reached certification with four open water dives, you better get cracking! Also if you haven’t had a dive in the last 24 months, you have to do a refresher. If you aren’t fully certified, sorry, you can’t go along.

    There are two ways to win and you have until midnight on August 15 to enter and Ecoxotic will contact the winners via email on August 16.

    1) Fill out the contest form on Facebook (One entry per Facebook user per day). Three bonus entries awarded per Facebook friend that enters after you. The more you share and friends take your lead, the more chances to win. For additional entries, visit sponsors’ Facebook pages when prompted.

    2) Follow Ecoxotic on Twitter and share link to contest. Three bonus entries awarded when you tweet:
    “I entered to win my chance to #Dive4CRF. Tanks @ecoxotic @CoRaLcrf @pemysis & friends!”

    Note: Reef Builders is not hosting or administering this contest. If you have any specific questions, reach out to Ecoxotic via Facebook or email.

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