Today SkatePark of Tampa aka SPoT annonced on their instagram they will be doing a contest for a chance to pick up a pair of the special release 20 Year Dunks with all the limited packaging exclusive to SPoT. The contest is being held on the SPoT Instagram and Five lucky winners will be chosen to have the oppertunity to purchase the 20 year anniversary dunks with the limited Box, Mexican blanket, and Laser engraved Wooden hangtag.
The contest is simple, if you don't live in Florida state and can't make it to the Saturday March 2nd release at SkatePark of Tampa, then you need to follow a few simple steps in order to get a chance at picking up a pair of the Nike SB x SPoT x lance Mountain 20 Year Dunk .
The following is from the SPoT instagram and describes the steps all contest entrants need to follow.
This Saturday at noon is the release of the #SPoT20YearDunk. We know not all of you can make it to Tampa, so we're going to pick five of you that we'll ship a pair to at retail price.
It's simple: follow @spotybor, upload a photo with anything SPoT related and use the hashtag #SPoT20YearDunk. Tell us your size, too. On Friday night before the release, we will choose our 20 favorite photos as Finalists.
Then on Saturday at the release, we will pick five from the Finalists that get the right to purchase their size that we will ship.
This is for people in the US outside of Florida only. If you live in Florida, we expect you at the release with us! Thanks for the support! Check the site for the story on that Mexican blanket – @meronek
Here is the story on the Mexcican Blanket from the SPoT home page
There's a blanket handmade in Tijuana with each pair of the SPoT 20 Year Nike SB Lance Mountain Dunk Low that's releasing this Saturday. Over 20 years ago before SPoT opened its doors, Tampa needed a place to house the vert ramp that was in Paul Zitzer's warehouse. Brian Schaefer set off on trip to San Jose to skate and check out some skateparks there.
When he found some friends who had a warehouse full of ramps where they lived in to save money, he knew that’s how we would go back to Tampa to start SPoT. On that trip, he went to Tijuana and picked up a Mexican blanket. Since SPoT opened up on January 1, 1993, that blanket has been used to cover the front door to keep the sketchy neighborhood creepers from peering into the shop and getting grand plans to rob the place. Still to this day, the blanket hangs on the door. We hope you can make it to the release this Saturday at SPoT Ybor at noon.
If you’re out of state, check @SPoTTampa on Instagram for a contest we’re having to win the right to buy a pair that we will ship to you. Thanks for 20 years of support. We hope you have 20 more. We’ll be here doing the same thing. 93 ‘till infinity.
Pics via SkatePark of Tampa instagram