Beyond Hope Facebook Competition: Many Great Prizes

by Beyond Hope Aug/2013
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This competition is now closed.

THE WINNERS ARE:

1st) Brian Goodman
2nd) John "Rusty" Gill
3rd) Alex Nutz, Catherine Pickup, Laura Bowle, Tom Hudson & Paul Bann
Runners up: Emma Stuart, Nicholas Crawshaw, Adam Fenton, Gordon Snell & Andrew Thompson.

This autumn, Evolv are running a series of events around the UK in conjunction with the Evolv Performance Retailers.

Events will include training seminars, guided tours to local crags, masterclasses, competitions and lectures; best of all they are all free of charge!

Details and dates are on our website (www.beyondhope.co.uk) and Facebook page and will be updated to include later events over the coming weeks.

To promote this, we are giving away some great prizes. There are twelve sets of prizes and all you have to do is go to the Beyond Hope Facebook page or use the box below and click on 'like' between now and 15th September and you will be entered in the draw. If you already "like" Beyond Hope, simply "share" the page to enter the competition."

The prizes are (worth over £1300):

Evolv Comp, 81 kb

Top Prize

  • Shoes of winners choice (worth up to £110)
  • Evolv Maverick Crash Pad (worth £190)
  • Bucket Chalk Bag (worth £30)
  • Drip Chalk bag (worth £16) 

Second Prize

  • Shoes of winners choice (worth up to £110)
  • Bucket Chalk Bag (worth £30)

Five Third Prizes

  • Shoes of winners choice (worth up to £110)

5 x Runner up

  • Drip chalk bag (worth £16)

 

 

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