in News & Press / by Tim Nickles
For the month of August through Labor day weekend we ran an informal photo contest amongst our customers. Just a little creative competition to help give folks some extra motivation to get out there and explore a beautiful place or get up just a few minutes earlier to catch that great morning light.
We had three categories, best interior, best scenic, and best lifestyle/camping shot.
We received almost all our submissions in the Scenic category and the choices were tough!
The number one spot for the Scenic category goes to customer, Brian Green, with this shot of his Roofnest Eagle on his Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Brian also gets special mention for sending us a ton of great photos as entries in the contest – nice work Brian!
The number two spot in the Scenic category goes to Tommy Eustis for this great shot on Imogene Pass in Southwestern Colorado. Imogene is a super scenic road connecting the towns of Ouray and Telluride. Congrats Tommy!!
The number one spot in the Interior category went to Michael Mowery for this “mood lighting” shot in the forest near Telluride, CO. Very comfortable looking Michael!
We’ll be sending the winners one of our inflatable loungers and plenty of high-5’s. Check out the galleries on our website to see some of our other customer photos. They’ll give you a great idea of how versatile the Roofnest is and what they look like on different vehicles – plus they’ll likely inspire you to get out of town and go camping!!
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