Win a limited edition Lib Tech “Art of FLIGHT” snowboard and photo book signed by Travis Rice

Congratulations to Jennifer Drummond from Sunset Beach, California for winning the Limited Edition Art of Flight board and autographed photo book.

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Red Bull Media House and Brain Farm Digital Cinema’s stellar snowboarder film The Art of FLIGHT starring Travis Rice continues its world tour, raising the bar for action sports film production quality. Dolby delivered some stunning imaging and surround sound elements to the film to immerse audiences into the onscreen adventure.

Now they want to get you into the action with this Limited Edition Lib Tech T.Rice PRO The Art of FLIGHT Snowboard and limited edition autographed photo-driven book, complete with The Art of FLIGHT Blu-ray™ Disc featuring Dolby TrueHD 7.1 surround sound. 

Contest Rule:

Contest officially ends at 11:59 on Sunday, November 6.

Winner will be announced via all Snowboard Mag media outlets including Facebook, Twitter and our website on or before November 12.

You must be a resident of the United States or Canada to be eligible to win.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook and or Twitter.

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