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Announcing the Global Rescue 2018 Photo Contest


Thu May 10 13:44:39 EDT 2018
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The Global Rescue 2018 Photo Contest is officially launched!

What does the spirit of adventure look like to you? Seeking adventure pushes us out of our comfort zones, leading us to immerse ourselves in new experiences and cultures. The most memorable adventures spark our curiosity and inspire new ways of seeing the world around us. The exhilaration that comes from embracing the unknown is essential for keeping our spirits alive. Capturing a moment that evokes the "spirit of adventure” is no small feat, and we applaud those who succeed.

Global Rescue is proud to support our adventurous members, helping them travel the world with peace of mind since 2004.

Send us your best photo (no larger than 5MB) that captures the theme “Spirit of Adventure” to submissions@globalrescue.com by June 15, 2018. Include name, contact information, photo location, and a brief caption that describes the photo. Winners will be announced by July 10, 2018. Participants should review the Official Rules.

Photos will be reviewed by an expert panel and judged based on the quality of composition and ability to convey the spirit of adventure. The judges include: Russell Walters, Adventure Travel Trade Association; Loren Greenway, Wilderness Medical Society Andy Cool, Explorer Satellite; and Phil Powers, American Alpine Club.

First Prize is a Global Rescue 45 Day Annual Family Medical and Security Membership and an Iridium GO, provided by Explorer Satellite Communications. Second Place is a Global Rescue 45 Day Annual Family Medical and Security Membership and a Global Rescue Survival Kit curated by the in-house medical and security teams at Global Rescue. Third Place is a Global Rescue 45 Day Individual Medical and Security Membership.

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