West Marine names winners of photo contest

West Marine announced the winners of its annual “Do It YourSelfie” social media contest.

West Marine announced the winners of its annual “Do It YourSelfie” social media contest.

From March 2-29, West Marine asked boaters prepping for the new season to take photos of their work in progress and post them to Instagram and Facebook with the hashtags #diyselfie and #westmarine.

Each winner receives a $100 West Marine gift card.

  • Timothy D., Instagram @daleo56
  • Jared N., Instagram @thetravelingalaskanx
  • Allan B., Instagram @thunderguides
  • Lynette S. and Chris C., who posted on Facebook

“We’re thrilled to see how responsive and creative our customers are when it comes to our social media contests,” West Marine marketing senior vice president Deb Radcliffe said in a statement. “The Do It YourSelfie promotion clearly demonstrated our customers’ eagerness to get back on the water and share their efforts with fellow boaters and water enthusiasts.”


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