by Matthew Scott

It’s that time of year again when Overland Journal holds a contest to get some awesome gear into the hands of loyal Expedition Portal readers and members. This year they’re doing it big and just bought 18 SureFire G2X Pro Flashlights that you’ll have a chance to win by simply signing up for (or renewing) a subscription to Overland Journal. If you’re still in the dark about North America’s premier overland magazine, this could just be the extra push you need to finally come to the light. (Pun intended.)

 So, exactly how does this contest work?

1. Go to http://store.overlandjournal.com/new/ and either subscribe or renew before June 30th. Gift subscriptions count for the “Gifter”. Renewals count. 1, 2 or 3 year subscriptions all count, but only as a single entry. Mini-subscriptions do NOT count.

2. Visit the Expedition Portal Forum and post in this thread “Subscribed” along with your Order Confirmation Number from the Overland Journal web store before midnight on July 1st. In order for you to be selected as a winner, you MUST post those 2 items in this thread.

3. Eighteen subscribers will be selected at random from the thread after July 1st, and will each be shipped 1 SureFire G2X Pro flashlight.

Note – international subscribers will need to cover the shipping cost of the flashlight if they win, since there are so many variables in international shipping. For US subscribers the shipping cost of the light is included in the prize.

Thanks again to the whole ExPo community for your continued support!

—The Overland Journal Team  

Note: We’ve turned off comments on this article to avoid confusion on where to enter the contest. For more information, please visit this link. [link]

 

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About the Author: Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott is a dedicated photographer, vintage car enthusiast, and regular contributor to Overland Journal. Growing up in Chicago in a family that valued “all things automotive” as much as exploring the region’s back roads, provided a solid platform for a career as an automotive journalist. He departed the Windy City in lieu of Prescott, Arizona, and the great open spaces and adventure opportunities of America’s Southwest. @matthewexplore