TenPoint Crossbows Holds Accuracy Contest to Win Prizes

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posted on July 17, 2020
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Are you diligently getting in some offseason practice with your crossbow? If so, TenPoint is looking to reward your dedication to your craft, with their Accuracy Sweepstakes. Running from July 15 to August 15, TenPoint will reward one contestant with a brand new Wicked Ridge M-370 crossbow package (includes rope sled), and two contestants with $100 online gift cards, for the most accurate target grouping.

To enter the sweepstakes, upload a photo to Instagram or Twitter using the hashtags #TenPointAccuracy and #Entry. The photo must include your crossbow, arrow grouping and target. If you're not the social-media type, you can also upload a photo directly to TenPoint's website at this link. An additional entry may be earned by completing a review on a product on the TenPoint website.

For a complete list of Rules and Regulations, please visit tenpointcrossbows.com/sweepstakes-rules-and-regulations/. Good luck, and straight shooting!

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