SEWE Pass(es) Giveaway

Team: Big news…I’ve been working with the SEWE crew on their upcoming weekend in Charleston, and they were nice enough to provide a pair 3-day badges for me to give away to a lucky reader.

Never been?  Well, if you read this blog, then it’s right up your ally.  Here’s the recap I did on last year’s event.  Not to mention that it’s in my favorite city.  Mrs. RCS and I are going to be there all weekend, and cannot wait.  It’s a great chance to head to the coast, eat well, hang out with some great folks, and get a great outdoor lifestyle experience.

Here are the details:  To get in, leave a comment with your favorite fish to catch or bird to shoot.

For additional entries:

  • +1 (2 Total) ‘Follow’ SEWE on Instagram
  • +1 (3 Total) ’Follow’ RED CLAY SOUL on Instagram

Get your entries in by Sunday, February 2nd at midnight ET, and I’ll announce the winner on Monday the 3rd around lunchtime.

Special thanks to SEWE for providing the goods for the giveaway.

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