Wanna win this sweet surfboard?
The contest period has ended. Thank you for all the amazing entries. Stay tuned over the next few days for the announcement of our winners!
We worked with our friends over at Carve Designs to create a one-of-a-kind T9er surfboard (shaped by Entropy) for one of you lucky ladies to win. Here’s all we’re asking – dazzle us with your creativity by telling us why YOU deserve this sweet 7′ sustainably-made ride.
Would you like to fulfill a life-long dream to catch a wave? Use it as a surf deco coffee table, or save drowning children in faraway oceans? Whatever the cause, tell us in 99 words or less by posting a comment below.
Share your words by June 1st, 2009 for a chance to win the surfboard awesomeness. Fret not, ’cause we’ll be giving away 2 prizes to the runners-up ($100 gift card + Team T9 membership).
Heads Up: Our contests are only open to Title Nine eMail subscribers. They are our way of saying thanks to our loyal customers. So if you aren’t already a subscriber you will become one by submitting your entry. Click Here to read the official rules.
although i’m only 12 i would still love to be the owner of this board. i am not in an area where i can surf but i would use it to inspire me. title nine, both the law and the catalog represent women taking control of their lives, and i believe this surfboard is a perfect symbol of that. so with that board on my wall i would wake every morning ready for life.
I read all the wonderful entries……very talented writers…I was sad to see my poem wasnt included. I emailed it to you via your companies instruction….sad, it was a cute poem.
Congratulations to the winner, well deserved.
When do we get to find out???:)
I’ve surfed for one week each of the past three summers in York, Maine. This summer, I really want to get into it so I need my own board. With my first year of pharmacy school down and five more to go, surfboards aren’t really in my budget right now. There’s no dream I have for the summer greater than that of getting up early every morning, driving to the beaches I live near in southeastern Mass. and Rhode Island, doing some yoga and then surfing the day away on my T9er surfboard.
Here I am a woman of advancing age, 67 to be exact, living within one block
of the mighty Atlantic on a beautiful sandy beach where the surfers abound
on run of the mill boards. Oh how nifty to give up conventional wisdom, and
storm the beach with a new board and challenge somebody or maybe beg for
lessons. My surfing grandsons 21 and 22 will think I am cool. The heck with
golf, riding bikes, marathon swimming at the Y, lead me to the “sea” and set me