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Winners of the ASA Fan Appreciation Sweepstakes

Category : American Sailing Association, Members, Social Media
Grand Prize Winner Capt. John Enders

Grand Prize Winner Capt. John Enders sails S/V Victoria.

Thousands entered, but only 5 could win.

We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who participated in our recent Fan Appreciation Sweepstakes on Facebook. It was our way of thanking those of you who have followed us for a long time, as well as bringing in new people with a passion for sailing. Congratulations to the winners, and we hope that everyone continues to enjoy sharing the best of the sailing lifestyle on our Facebook page.

In case you’re not a fan of our Facebook page yet, here’s an idea of why you should be. Every day we post the best videos, photos, and news from the sailing world. You’ll find everything from informative articles on the art of sailing, to interesting historical anniversaries and great seafaring quotes, to stuff that’s just plain fun. We also love seeing your sailing photos and hearing your sea stories. It’s a great place for sailors from all over the world to talk to each other. So join us by clicking “Like” at the top of the page.

Without further ado, here are the winners of the first ever ASA Fan Appreciation Sweepstakes:
ipod touch 8g
GRAND PRIZE – iPod Touch 8G

Captain John Enders, who sails on S/V Victoria out of Anacortes, WA. Capt. Enders had a sense of humor about his win, saying, “This is great news. I haven’t won anything since I was 13 (about a hundred years ago). It was a 45 of Barry Sadler’s ‘Green Beret’ ballad.” Well, he’ll be listening to Bert Sadler in style on his iPod Touch from now on!

OTHER WINNERS:

ASA logo sailcloth cooler by Sailor Bags: John Goebel, who says, “Without my ASA certifications I wouldn’t be as good of a sailor as I am and wouldn’t be out on Santa Monica Bay crewing for races all year long!”

Weems & Plath Navigation Kit: Dan Schertner

ASA Logo T-Shirt: Marte Gutierrez

ASA Logo T-Shirt: Seth Goettelman

Once again, congratulations to all of the winners and a profound thanks from ASA to everyone who entered! Fair winds!

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