Draper, UT (PRWEB) December 31, 2014
The Xtreme 50K Giveaway is underway online at http://www.xtremegiveaway.com. The contest, sponsored by SportEar®, Axil & Fort Knox, is giving away $50,000 in merchandise from the biggest names in the hunting and shooting industries.
There are more than 60 items in the giveaway. The Grand Prize package, valued at $38,000, includes a Moose Hunt from Yukon Big Game Outfitters ($18,000 value), Extreme Edge earpiece from SportEar ($4,995 value), a Defender Safe 6026 from Fort Knox ($3,500 value), a Mark V rifle from Weatherby ($2,200 value), and a Performance Center 1911 from Smith and Wesson ($1,589 value).
The 2nd Prize is valued at more than $7,000 and includes two clubhouse seats to a Nascar race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 24th, 2015 ($1,000 value), Ghoststryke earpieces by SportEar® with water proofing ($699 value) and Vortex Viper HD Binoculars ($699 value).
The 3rd Prize package is valued at more than $5,000 and includes a Smith and Wesson Bodyguard 38 ($539 value) and a Fort Knox pistol box ($250 value). To view additional items please visit http://www.xtremegiveaway.com.
“Our response has been overwhelming with positive feedback and excitement from our fans for putting this together. Clearly, we couldn’t have pulled this off without all the effort and help from our participating sponsors - to have this many top brands coming together creates a great effect for our hunting and shooting community. We are excited about the first giveaway and hope to plan bigger and better Xtreme Giveaways in the future. Although, this one will be pretty hard to beat,” says Weston Harris, Founder & Innovator of SportEAR.
Contestants can enter online once per day. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, January 21st at Shot Show in Las Vegas.
SportEar® began as a hearing aid company and quickly moved into and innovated the hearing protection industry. The company recently released Extreme Edge®, the most elite hearing performance product on the market. It is the world’s smallest device for both hearing protection and hearing enhancement. To learn more, visit http://www.sportear.com.