Video contest prize is a Triton Storm 16

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BoatTrader.com and Boats.com, along with Brunswick's aluminum division, announced a "Tap into Summer" contest.

The contest asks boaters to show what they do in their aluminum boats and is open to anyone who submits a short video showing how they use their aluminum boats, including pontoon boats, jonboats and bass boats.

The winner will receive a Triton Storm 16, complete with engine and trailer.

"Aluminum boats are a popular market segment and we want to see what people do in their aluminum boats to encourage others to try them." Said Kim Rocco, brand manager of BoatTrader.com, in a statement. "Fishing, skiing and tubing are some of the popular activities that families enjoy on their aluminum boats, but there are lots of others as well. We want to see and share some of these fun activities."

Entries will be accepted between Aug. 5 and Sept. 30. Contestants must create a short video, between 30 and 45 seconds in length, showing what they like to do in their aluminum boat.

Click here for full details of the contest.

Three finalists will be selected by a panel of judges from Boat Trader, Boats.com and Brunswick. The videos from the three finalists will be posted on YouTube so the public can cast votes on a "winner takes all" basis.

Voting will start Oct. 6 and end Oct. 15. The winner will be announced on or about Oct. 19.

BoatTrader.com, Boats.com and Soundings Trade Only are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

Click here for the full release.

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