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October 2009 ATV Photo Contest


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October 2009 ATV Photo Contest

* October marks 2 years since we have started running monthly contests here at QUADCRAZY. You can check out the October 2007 Contest thread here. As a tribute to our contests and our members, we're going to use the same theme that we used 2 years ago, and make it easy again for anyone to enter!

Sponsored By:

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Theme: "CRAZY'est ATV Photo" MUST include your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV.

Prize: ATV Illustrated Magazine and Toy Hauler Magazine Subscriptions

Please visit our sponsors: ATV Illustrated Magazine and Toy Hauler Magazine

Rules: Submit your "CRAZY'est ATV Photo" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV in the photo by entering them with a post, into this thread. (If you are not familiar with how to do this, visit the Learning Center) One entry per member allowed, so make sure your entry is a winner. You may submit a photo that have not won past contests only. Photo can be of yourself or taken by you. You may not submit a photo that you do not have ownership of or permission to use. Any violation of these terms will result in disqualification.

Last day to enter a photo is October 27th.

Voting will take place for the last 4 days of October to determine the winner.

Voting will end October 31st and the winner will be announced!

Good Luck!

* By entering this contest, you allow QUADCRAZY the right to use your photo for marketing purposes, ex. Front page advertisements, banners, etc.

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Here is a Pic of some Mud Flinging Fun @ Circle~N~Ranch Off-Road! For the October Pic Contest!

This New Off-Road Park is located at "Noyes Ln. Foley Mo. 63347".

Park Features Mud-Pits, Moto Cross Track, & Off Road Trails!

Park is Opened Every Friday, Saturday, & Sundays from 10:00am until Dark RAIN OR SHINE!

So Gas Up Your Toys & Grab your Friends & Family & Come On Out! you can visit us on the Web at

http://www.MyMudPit.com

Or call us at (636) 237-5979 or (636) 462-2921

We will see you there!

Thanks Jason

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