Pyramyd Air Kicks Off Sick of COVID Challenge

Get out some pent-up pandemic frustration while entering to win cash and shopping sprees!

by posted on February 8, 2022
Pyramyd Air Sick Of Covid Challenge

Pyramyd Air has kicked off its Sick of COVID Challenge to encourage customers to enjoy trigger time with loved ones while getting out some pent-up pandemic frustration.

Customers can receive a free (plus shipping) set of Sick of COVID stickers and targets and enter to win exclusive prize packages by sharing how they enjoy their trigger therapy after a long two years of Rona talk. Whether it’s an action-packed film, creative candid, or an interesting story, Pyramyd Air wants to hear how shooters are showing they’re Sick of COVID. Pyramyd Air will award $5,000 worth of shopping sprees to winners plus weekly giveaways throughout the two-month campaign.

The Sick of COVID Challenge will run from Feb. 7 through April 7, and winners will be drawn after the campaign concludes. For the official rules and to learn more about the Sick of COVID Challenge, visit pyramydair.com/soc.

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