FREE Raffle!

raffle-ticket-imageThe superfun Nature Visions raffle takes place again on Saturday and Sunday November 9 and 10. This year EVERY attendee gets a FREE ticket and a chance on winning one of our great prizes!  Be sure to hold onto your ticket.  All prizes must be claimed in person during November 9-10, 2013.

AttachIt — 50 of their “Attach It Pro Packs” which are valued at $19.95 a pack
BosStrap — Two BosStrap Camera Slings
Epic Photo Tours –$400 off 2014 Myanmar Tour and $500 off 2014 Southern India Tour
Hunt’s Photo & Video – special item to be announced
Google – Nik Software Bundle
ImageWizards — two certificates for a free framed 16×24 print, each a $150 value
Nations Photo Lab – two certificates to have a photo made into a 20×16 metal print
Nature’s Image Photography Workshops (Bill & Linda Lane) – $100 credit towards their Bermuda cruise or another local workshop.
Photodex – ProShow Web One Year Premium Subscription
Road Runner Photography Tours: One free registration for the 2014 Ricketts Glen tour, and a t-shirt.
SmugMug – two Portfolio accounts for sharing, storing and selling your photos, each a $150 value
Totally Rad – RadLab Software Bundle
Wimberley – Five Plamps will be given away
Washington Photo Safari – One 1/2 day Monuments Safari for 2
Brian J. Zwit Photography – 3 hour, one on one session on Workflow and Lightroom ($315 value)

If your firm would like to donate an item for the raffle, contact us at info AT NatureVisions DOT org.

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