Watch this video of the livestream announcement to see who won, and find out how you can get a coin if you weren't a winner in the contest.
Keep reading below for more details on the coin itself, and how you can obtain one if you'd like.
So congrats to this contest winner(s), and if you'd like to get your hands on one of these coins here's the deal:
An online order form has been created if you'd like to either order a coin from me to have mailed to your address, or "put one on hold" to buy from me in person at GeoWoodstock XVIII (GC86VDF) Aug 22, 2020 or sooner at the GIFF 2019 event in Coquitlam BC (GC8EG76) Nov 10, 2019.
The order form can be found HERE!
Online mail orders will need to be paid via PayPal. Check the coin order form for more information.
|LANMonkey Geocoin - front design|
|LANMonkey Geocoin - back of coin design, tracking code obscured|
If you have questions feel free to ask me!
Thanks to Sharkzcoins.ca for the amazing product that turned out better than I had dreamed it would, and to everyone who participated in the contest!
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LANMonkey's Geocaching Adventures are written by Jay Kennedy, outdoor adventurer and photo-journalist. All content is affiliated with the Wander Network. Experience his adventures on Twitter and Instagram by following @LANMonkeyGC, and subscribing to LANMonkey on YouTube. He is also a regular co-host of the Caching in the Northwest geocaching podcast.