Enter to Win Your Own Bopenski Kickback PWC Chair!

For those who tuned in earlier this week and caught our Facebook Live video, you will already know that we at The Watercraft Journal are excited to giveaway our second Bopenski Kickback PWC Chair (the first being at last year’s Mudbug Rally event in Morgan City, LA), which we also did during a Facebook Live session. This time around, we’re opening up the giveaway to all of our readers in the continental United States (apologies to you guys in Alaska and Hawaii).

Starting today, we’re going to give you until April 30th, 2019 to submit a 250-300 word essay telling us why you feel you are deserving of a Bopenski Kickback chair, as well as how you plan to use it this year. You also need to include a high resolution image of you with the personal watercraft that you plan on using your new Kickback chair on. The winner will not only get a brand new Kickback chair, but an embroidered hat and neoprene drink koozie.

All entries should be emailed to kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com. Your essay can either be a Word document, Text file or written directly in the email itself. And just like in high school, your essay will be graded for word count and following the assignment, as well as grammar, syntax and punctuation – because we’re jerks like that.

The Bopenski Kickback PWC chair is the only chair specifically designed for PWC use; is built using top-of-the-line materials, is fully adjustable to fit any runabout watercraft with an elevated tow eye (ST3-platform Sea-Doos require the retractable ski pylon); and best of all is designed to last for years, not just a single season or two. You can find more information at Bopenski Watersports, and is sold at RIVA Racing, Watercraft Superstore, Cycle Springs Powersports and beyond.

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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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