Enter Our Father’s Day Contest!

June 4, 2016 | By Urban Poling

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Share a picture and tell us about an active and healthy male role model in your life.  He could win one of two Father’s Day Prize Packs!

Each Prize Pack Contains:

  • 2 Sets of Urban Poling Nordic Walking Poles, each with a carrying case;
  • A $25 Starbuck’s Gift Card;
  • A large tub of protein powder from Boomer Nutrition!

How To Enter: In up to 500 words, tell us how your dad or a terrific male role model has inspired you to live a healthy lifestyle.  If possible, please include a photo of yourself with your dad or the male role model special to you. Remember to provide us with your mailing address, email and phone number – links to your social media profiles would be helpful too.

Email your entry to Social@UrbanPoling.com by Tuesday, June 14th, at 5:00 PM.  Winners will be announced Friday, June 17th on our Facebook Page.

Contest Rules: In entering our Father’s Day contest, you give Urban Poling permission to share your submission and any attached photos by way of our website, blog and social media platforms. One entry per household. Only entries received by email at the email address and by the date and time noted above will be considered. Please direct any questions to Social@UrbanPoling.com.

Special thanks to Boomer Nutrition for their contribution to our prize packs. Good luck to all!

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Co-directors Mandy Shintani and Diana Oliver are women at different stages of life with very different professional backgrounds, yet they share a dream – to help others realize the many benefits Urban Poling has given to them.
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