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BRP seeks ‘ultimate’ Sea-Doo fan

BRP is conducting a contest to find the Ultimate Sea-Doo Fan, who will be invited to Montreal this summer to see the unveiling of the new 2012 Sea-Doo watercraft and boat lineup.

The ultimate fan winner also will win a trip to Lake Havasu, Ariz., and be given a new 2012 Sea-Doo watercraft.

BRP’s contest is open to all North American Sea-Doo enthusiasts. Entrants are required to visit this website to create a profile, upload their photos and videos and submit an essay about why they are the ultimate Sea-Doo fan.

Two finalists will be selected for a VIP trip to Montreal to experience the 2012 Sea-Doo launch in five-star fashion. At the launch, the two finalists will be voted on by the worldwide BRP dealer network to determine the ultimate Sea-Doo fan.

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