Announcing the Sea Otter Awareness Week “#OtterFacts” Prize Giveaway!

Seaotters.com #OtterFacts Prize Giveaway

In celebration of Sea Otter Awareness Week, we’ve teamed up with our friends at the Georgia Aquarium for a week of fun!  Learn about sea otters, share it with others and you’ll have a chance to win FREE seaotters.com logo gear!

How to play?  Make sure you’re following @seaottersdotcom on Twitter.  Look for our #OtterFacts tweets and RT them.  At the end of each day, we’ll randomly pick 3 prize winners from our Twitter followers who have RT’d at least one #OtterFacts tweet that day.  Each winner will receive a seaotters.com reusable shopping tote (made from recycled plastic bottles) and a seaotters.com stainless steel Klean Kanteen water bottle.

Official Rules: #OtterFacts Prize Giveaway runs Monday, Sept. 24 through Friday, Sept. 28 2012.  3 prize winners will be selected per day.  Only @seaottersdotcom Twitter followers who RT at least one #OtterFacts tweet per day will be eligible for a daily prize.  The more #OtterFacts tweets you RT, the greater the odds you’ll have in winning because we’ll enter your name in the daily drawing as many times as you RT (Note: The maximum number of entries your name can have for each daily drawing will be equal to the total number of #OtterFacts tweets we send out that day).  We will DM winners with instructions to provide us with a ship-to address (additional fees may apply for international shipping) for their prize.  All RTs must retain the #OtterFacts hashtag.  All RTs need to be completed by 7pm Pacific Time on the day of that daily prize drawing.  Eligible participants can only win one prize during the week. For official rules and terms and conditions for seaotters.com promotions/sweepstakes/giveaways, visit seaotters.com/terms/.

So follow @seaottersdotcom today and join in the fun!

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Seaotters.com is dedicated to raising awareness about California's threatened sea otters and the role research plays in the species recovery and conservation. It's a collaboration of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, U.C. Santa Cruz, U.C. Davis, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, among others. Seaotters.com is also home of the world's first HD live stream of southern sea otters in the wild.