And the winner of the $100 Cabela's Gift Card is...
Jaime, from Rison, Arkansas! We will be in contact with you right away to get details on where to send your gift card!
Congratulations! What will you spend your $100 on? We would love to know. Or maybe it's a secret. Perhaps you will be purchasing a Christmas gift for a loved one, or something off of your own wishlist that you have been wanting for a long time.
All we can say here at My Hunting & Fishing is that $100 worth of merchandise from Cabela's is nothing to turn your nose up at. We hope that your enjoyment of the outdoors will be enhanced by winning this prize.
In order to be eligible for this drawing you had to be signed up as a Member of My Hunting & Fishing and post a profile photo. The total number of eligible members for this drawing was 26.
After assigning a single number to each member, in the order each member signed up (not counting myself, the network creator), we used the Random Number Generator (RNG) at Random.org to randomly pick the winner.
Members site, and posted a profile photo in order to participate in our drawing, we thank you for your participation.
We hope that you have enjoyed your interaction with other members of My Hunting & Fishing on our new social networking site for hunters, fishers, and other outdoor enthusiasts.
We would love to hold these types of drawings/giveaways more often, and there will be more opportunities in the future. So, please stay tuned to My Hunting & Fishing to for more stories, articles, photos, social networking, and prizes.
Happy Hunting & Tight Lines!
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