Winners of The Ultimate Ball Python: Morph Makers Guide!

March 17, 2014



Thanks to everyone who entered REPTILES’ raffle for 10 free copies of ECO’s new Kevin McCurley book, “The Ultimate Ball Python: Morph Maker’s Guide”!

Special congratulations to the 10 winners listed below, who were chosen at random from among the hundreds of entries we received. Each person will receive a free copy of the book (with a retail value of $109.95), courtesy ECO!

 

Leah Shields (Tucson, Arizona)

Barbara Gray (Saanichton, British Columbia, Canada)

Sherry Frates (Clovis, California)

Joseph Upell (Phoenix, Arizona)

Luis Felipe Casasus Moya (Valencia, Spain)

Kenwyn Bond (Cave Junction, Oregon)

Todd Guthrie (Cypress, Texas)

Gerald Conner (Colton, California)

Theresa Birst (Mandan, North Dakota)

Michael Kruis (Johannesburg, South Africa)

 

Reminder: ReptilesMagazine.com and i5 Publishing are not responsible for ensuring prize delivery, or removing winners’ names from sponsor mailing lists should they end up on one. Such requests, including delivery queries, must be made directly to the sponsor. Winners will be notified via email. Failure to respond in a timely fashion to any emails seeking to facilitate prize delivery may result in forfeiture of prize. 

 

This contest is now closed.

Kevin McCurley has been breeding ball pythons for a long time, and he’s a recognized expert who has developed many cool color mutations of this very popular snake. Many credit the many cool morphs now available as having provided a major boost in the popularity of this snake, and exploring all the different types now available, it’s easy to see why. Nobody keeps an official tally, but the ball python just might be the world’s most popular pet snake nowadays (though whether or not it has officially unseated the corn snake remains to be known).
 
The Ultimate Ball Python morph making guide
 
Kevin has recently completed a dazzling, lavishly illustrated new book, published by Ecouniverse, titled The Ultimate Ball Python: Morph Makers Guide. And you can win a copy, with a retail value of $109.95, absolutely free by entering the latest ReptilesMagazine.com raffle. Plus, the raffle is open to everybody, no matter where you live! Here’s all you have to do:
 
1. “Like” the REPTILES Facebook page.
 
2. Send us an email containing your name, address, telephone number and email address.
 
3. Type “Ball Python Raffle” into the subject field of your email.
 
4. Send your email by the raffle deadline of March 14, 12 p.m., PST.
 
That’s all you have to do. Soon after the March 14 deadline, 10 lucky winners will be chosen at random, and their copies of The Ultimate Ball Python: Morph Makers Guide will soon be mailed to them absolutely free, courtesy of Ecouniverse and ReptilesMagazine.com. So send us your email today!
 
 
You must be at least 13 years old to enter this raffle. One email per person. Employees of Ecouniverse and i5 Publishing are ineligible. Entry into this contest requires that you supply contact information. Your name, and possibly city, state and/or country, may be posted on this website or other websites and social media pages owned or managed by i5 Publishing in conjunction with the raffle and its results. We will never publish your street address or email address. Information you provide will be shared with the contest sponsor to facilitate prize delivery. ReptilesMagazine.com and i5 Publishing are not responsible for ensuring prize delivery, or removing your name from sponsor mailing lists should it end up on one. Such requests, including delivery queries, must be made directly to the sponsor. Winners will be notified via email. Failure to respond in a timely fashion to any emails seeking to facilitate prize delivery may result in forfeiture of prizes. 

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