Summer Adventure Contest: Week 2 Winner!
With the fabulous summer weather we’ve been having lately, the Big Summer Adventure stories have just been rolling in here at Blog Central… and last week was no exception. We would like to extend another congratulations to B. Roudebush, our Big Summer Adventure Contest winner for week 2. Roudenbush just returned from a 2,460-mile motorcycle tour of the eastern US, where he rode from Indianapolis, IN to Orlando, FL. During the six-day journey, he rode through Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virgina, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and Georgia, using his zūmo 450 (also known to him as Veronica) as a constant companion. Roudebush says, "he’ll never do another long trip without this valuable addition to his touring gear."
Pictured above is "Veronica" at the top of Clingman’s Dome in Tennessee, which at 6,643 feet, is the tallest point in TN. To read B’s full story, check out the contest story page here!
With only two weeks down, there is still a lot of opportunity for you to enter to win a new nüvi 200. But time is ticking, so send in your stories (please don’t forget the picture) today before it’s too late! I mean really, what else would you rather be doing on a Monday, anyway?
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