How cool would it be to take a trip to the Dominican Republic and have a professional videographer there to catch all your extreme sports exploits? Dream on, right?
Not this time! SOLOSHOT, the popular automatic tracking camera, is making dreams come true by offering a free tropical trip of a lifetime for one winner and a friend. You’ll join the SOLOSHOT team as they surf, kite, wake and moto in Cabarete, Dominican Republic. All you have to do to enter the drawing is to submit YouTube videos which meet a few simple requirements. Check out the guidelines here: http://www.SOLOSHOT.com/-contest.
SOLOSHOT is a tracking camera system that automatically keeps a camera pointed at you from up to 2000 feet away as you catch waves, hit jumps, score goals or wipeout. From field sports to equestrian, water sports to extreme sports, SOLOSHOT replaces the family member, friend or random stranger that you used to have to beg to stand around and film you – sometimes for hours. Now anyone who wants high quality footage of themselves can really have their own professional videographer.
SOLOSHOT got its start when extreme sports lovers Chris Boyle and Scott Taylor met while both living in the little surf town of Cabarete in the Dominican Republic. Now they want to bring one lucky winner plus a guest on a film trip with them as they head back to the town where it all started. Cabarete is the action sports capital of the Caribbean – complete with beautiful beaches, great surf, world-class kiteboarding and exciting night life.
Each time the videos you submitted on YouTube are viewed (videos must meet the SOLOSHOT contest guidelines), your name will be entered into the drawing. There is no limit to the number of videos you may submit. The more total views your videos have on March 31, 2013, the better your chances are of winning. The winner will be selected by a random drawing on April 1, 2013. Full contest details and rules can be found at www.SOLOSHOT.com/-contest.