Cardboard Carnival

Cardboard Carnival

Saturday, March 9th is the second annual Lazer 99.3 Cardboard Carnival!

Grab your box and get the duct tape out of your night stand, ‘cause it’s time to race your home-made sleds down Bousquet Mountain!

Win the race and we’ll hand you $500!

Check out the video from last year!

Get crazy with the paint can and you could win the Best-In-Show prize which is another $500!

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And if you put a hot girl in a bikini on your team, you could win the Ski-In-Your-Skin prize – a brand new Coors Light Snowboard!

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To win, you’ve gotta be 21, and You’ve gotta pre-register. Do that now in the form below!

The Cardboard Carnival, cold activated by Coors Light and Everything that Rocks the Mountains, Lazer 99Ski!

Click here for the official rules!

Pre-Registration is closed. A limited number of entries will be accepted between 10 & 11AM at Bousquet Mountain on 3/9/13. 

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