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WIN Big Prizes! SPOT and Gear Junkie Team Up for Another Awesome Treasure Hunt!

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Here’s another chance for you to win awesome prizes courtesy of SPOT and GearJunkie.com. Take part in a new nationwide treasure hunt at CheckPointSpot.com! “Get the clue, find your coordinates and head out on a SPOT adventure to win!”


A half-dozen serious pieces of swag await treasure hunters armed with SPOT devices all around the country this week!


Bust out your SPOT device and register at www.CPSPOT.com now!

 

Here is how to participate:

  • Add your email address to your device message profile (Check-in/OK) or Contact Group in My Account at findmeSPOT.com. (After sending a message, participants will have to submit the Google Maps link found inside the SPOT email message.)

  • Head out! Time to find your chosen geographic location and checkpoint. (Check out the map

  • Once there, send a "Check-in/OK" message at the Checkpoint to mark your waypoint.

  • At home, open the SPOT message in your email Inbox and copy the location link.

  • Finally, visit CPSPOT.com and click "Quick Check-in" to enter your info and claim a prize!


For more info, go to www.CPSPOT.com.


Hurry! Some prizes have already been claimed however there are still thousands of dollars in prizes waiting to be claimed. Good luck!

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