Share Your Photos, Win CLIF Bar Goodies

You may have heard the buzz around CLIF Bar’s Meet the Moment, a celebration of athletic adventures and the places they happen. Whether it’s action, adventure or the thrill of the chase, CLIF Bar wants people to share how they met their Moment by uploading inspiring photos and stories.

In turn, CLIF will donate $5 for each Moment uploaded to one of five non-profits dedicated to protecting outdoor places: Access Fund, International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA), Leave No Trace (LNT), Surfrider Foundation, and Winter Wildlands Alliance. For each 'like' or 'share' an uploaded Moment gets, CLIF will donate an additional dollar. One like = one dollar - it's that simple.

As an example here is my Moment that I've dedicated to Leave No Trace and raised $5 just by submitting my photo. For every like or share my Moment gets, CLIF will donate an additional dollar to LNT. Feel free to go crazy and like/share my Moment -or- you can upload your own.

Special Reader Prize
As an extra incentive and for being a reader of Brian's Backpacking Blog, if you upload your Moment on the Meet the Moment site and share the URL in the comments field of this post below, you will be entered to win a cool CLIF goodies prize pack. The winner will be the reader whose Moment gets the most likes and shares by October 31st, 2012 (likes and shares garnered by clicking the Moment link and liking and sharing it through the Meet the Moment site).

  1. Upload your Moment
  2. Copy and paste the URL link into a comment on this post
  3. Tell all of your friends on Facebook and Twitter to go like and share it
  4. Be entered to win a CLIF prize pack
  5. Raise money for five non-profits dedicated to protecting the outdoors

I hope you will take the time to share your Moment and help raise money for the five causes listed above. I look forward to seeing some of the Moments you share. Good luck to everyone that enters

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