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Edson holding boater photo contest

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Edson International is hosting a photo contest this summer to showcase images of boaters using its products.

The contest runs through Labor Day weekend, with winners in both sail and power categories announced Sept. 12 at the Newport International Boat Show in Newport, R.I. Prizes in each category range from a $500 Edson gift certificate for first place to a $50 gift certificate for honorable mention.

In addition, winners could be featured in Edson's national advertising campaigns, at boat shows and in the company's print catalogs in 2010. Entries will also be posted on a special Web gallery for viewing throughout the summer.

Edson customers are encouraged to submit photos depicting the use of Edson products on the water including steering wheels and pedestals, dinghy davits, boarding ladders, cockpit tables, drink holders and more.

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