Enter To Be a Guest Judge at The 2019 Skyway Ski Show Today!


Every year, the Watercraft Superstore hosts the Skyway Ski Show in Tampa, Florida. The collaborative effort with Cycle Springs Powersports, welcomes half a dozen PWC enthusiasts of every stripe, skill level and interest to test ride some of the newest models from the major manufacturers – Kawasaki, Sea-Doo and Yamaha. There, these riders test out each unit, evaluate it one on its own merits, and the winner is crowned in the Watercraft Superstore’s annual magazine/catalog hybrid.

This year, The Watercraft Journal is happy to invite one lucky reader to be a guest judge at the Skyway Ski Show! You’ll be flown in, set up in a luxury waterfront hotel room, fed some seriously great food, and get to spend the day riding brand new watercraft – all at zero cost to you (except for a couple vacation days at work)! You’ll then be featured throughout the Watercraft Superstore’s massive “magalog” as well as an article here at The Watercraft Journal. It’s pretty much the jet ski lover’s dream come true.

All it takes to enter to win is 1. log on to Facebook; 2. visit The Watercraft Journal’s official Facebook page; 3. click the “Like” and “Follow” buttons; 4. Comment on the Facebook post with this picture why you should be chosen as the winner and “Share” the same Facebook post to your wall. 5. Finally, visit the Watercraft Superstore’s official Facebook page, and 6. click the “Like” and “Follow” buttons as well. We will be checking to make sure that entries fulfilled all of these steps!

The winner will be selected one month from now, on February 15th, 2019 and announced on The Watercraft Journal’s Facebook page. We’ll also be privately messaging you to let you know that you won. Oh yeah, and you’ve got to be 21-years-old and living in the continental US to enter.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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