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Reel in a Pelican ProGear Elite Cooler: Enter our Facebook Sweepstakes! [ENDED]

Submitted by on July 17, 2013 – 6:18 am57 Comments

[ENDED] This promotion has ended. Stay tuned to the Pelican Products Facebook page for future contests and giveaways! 

Enter for a chance to win an Elite CoolerBait the hook, cast your line, and who knows? You might just reel in the big one!

Win Pelican, Win Pelican ProGear

As in, 45 quarts of insulated awesomeness, including 2”-thick polyurethane walls powering 7 to 10 days of ice retention, corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware, and an integrated fish scale. Basically, the ultimate fishing cooler

So, how do you enter, exactly? Just click here to ‘Like’ our Facebook page and  leave your name and address in case you’re our lucky winner! That’s it. We’ll select and announce a winner on our Facebook page on Tuesday, July 30.

Happy fishing, friends! 

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