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HOLSTER GIVEAWAY: Tell Us About Your Summer

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HOLSTER GIVEAWAY: Tell Us About Your Summer

Summer is coming to its end, but let’s not forget the memories! We would like to see your favourite events, party, location or aspect of your summer 16 The Winner will receive a FREE Bahia Sunrise holster, our official LD WEST SUMMER HOLSTER!

To enter:

  1. Follow us on Instagram: @ld_west 
  2. Upload a picture that showcases the best part of your summer
  3. Tag us in the picture and use #LDWEST in the caption

We will DM the winner with details! 
Contest starts August 26th and ends August 29th 2016


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