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Police Readers Can Win Oakley Glasses in Facebook Contest

May 22, 2014  | 

Readers of PoliceMag.com can win a pair of Oakley glasses through the Oakley/PoliceMag.com "Tell Us a Story" Facebook contest.

To enter, go to one of these links (Desktop; Mobile), fill out the form and tell your story of how a pair of Oakley's new SI Ballistic glasses will improve your eye protection and help you in your duties. Then go to Oakley's Facebook page and post the story on the wall. The judges offer the following hint: Photo entries will be given extra consideration.

The contest is open only to law enforcement officers who are residents of the United States, Canada and its territories. No purchase necessary. Winner will be notified by e-mail by Police Magazine and Oakley.


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