GetMyBoat Takes You to the Movies

The boat rental marketplace site teams with Disney’s Jungle Cruise for a contest to win a boat trip or movie tickets.
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Celebrating its massive, 700 percent growth in rentals in 2021, GetMyBoat is teaming with Disney to promote its new movie Jungle Cruise with a chance to win a boat trip for six, with other winners to receive complementary tickets to the cinema.

The collaboration marks the first of its kind for GetMyBoat, “a company with the mission of making the joys of boating more accessible for people around the world,” the company said in a statement.

GetMyBoat said it is on track to send more than 1 million people boating this year.

The sweepstakes runs through Aug. 4. Click here to enter and for more details.

Click here for the contest video.


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