TALLAHASSEE, FL – Make your dream of owning a brand new boat a reality by playing the Florida Wildlife Federation’s 23rd Annual Boating Sweepstakes today. The Federation has launched its 2013 Sweepstakes by offering the winner their choice between four, fuel-efficient, low-emission boats or $25,000 in cash. This year’s selections are an offshore, bay, flats, or electric boat. The winner can chose the Angler 204 FXLE ideal for both offshore and inshore fishing or cruising; the Sundance SV211 Bay that can easily handle a tournament or a family outing; the Hewes Redfisher with its easy-to-pole design perfect for shallow-water flats or backcountry fishing; or the Ray E-boat Explorer 21 electric boat that brings exploring tributaries, creeks and secluded water to a new level of accessibility. You choose which boat fits your vision.

As second prize, ten winners will receive a $75 Gift Certificate to Guy Harvey Sportswear which features Guy Harvey short sleeve pocket t-shirts and fish tees, dry-release performance shirts, hats and offshore fishing jackets.

The drawing will take place on December 19, 2013, at 3 pm at Federation Headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida. FWF will randomly select one (1) Grand Prize winner from among all eligible entries received, with the drawing supervised by Carroll and Co., Inc., Certified Public Accountants. Florida Wildlife Federation, Inc. is the source of funds used to award cash prizes or to purchase prizes.

To enter the Florida Wildlife Federation’s Boating Sweepstakes or for details and official rules, click on http://www.fwfonline.org/Sweeps-Archive/Boat/2013-Boating-Sweepstakes.aspx.

About the Florida Wildlife Federation: “The Federation strongly advocates for maintaining the integrity of our public conservation lands which are great places for people to enjoy a variety of sustainable outdoor recreational activities,” says Manley Fuller, Florida Wildlife Federation President. “They also provide key habitat for fish and wildlife.”

“We support management that leads to the long-term health of the Ocklawaha River, Apalachicola River and Bay, the Okefenokee and Suwannee Basins, and our valuable mangrove and Keys habitats. Plus, we’re actively working on Gulf of Mexico restoration to see that RESTORE Act funds are spent on projects that provide longstanding benefits to the Gulf and watersheds all along Florida’s Gulf coast and lowlands.”

Fuller added, “Your participation in our annual boating sweepstakes will help us ensure that we can all continue to enjoy the wonderful outdoor opportunities Florida has to offer.”

The Florida Wildlife Federation is a nonprofit, statewide conservation organization established in 1936. For more information visit www.fwfonline.org.

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