Shimano’s Last Man Standing takes home $60,000 Bar Crusher

Shimano’s Last Man Standing competition winner Corey Johnston.

COREY Johnston from Lismore, NSW, has won Shimano’s Last Man Standing competition, taking home a Bar Crusher 535C package worth over $60,000.

For every $50 spent at any Shimano retailers nationally – between 1 October 2019 and 31 January 2020 – shoppers were able to receive one coupon to redeem in Shimano’s Last Man Standing competition.

Every coupon went into the draw to be selected as one of six finalists who were invited to Copperlode Dam for a two-day barramundi fishing adventure hosted by Shimano.

Additionally, Shimano Last Man Standing competition coupons went into the draw to win $10,000 worth of weekly prizes. Prizes included an Engel fridge/freezer, Weber BBQ, Mako sunglasses, Lowrance sounder and more.

At the conclusion of the recent two-day barramundi adventure at Copperlode Dam, the six finalists randomly chose a ball out of a barrel. On each ball was a number between 1–6, which finalists held on to. Mayor of Cairns, Bob Manning, conducted the Last Man Standing draw – taking one numbered ball out of the barrel at a time. If your ball number was read out, you were now out of the draw. The draw was repeated until there was one ball left.

The final ball belonged to Corey Johnston, who was awarded the Last Man Standing title, taking home a brand new Bar Crusher 535C with a Suzuki 90hp four-stroke outboard and custom trailer. Corey couldn’t believe his luck and was stoked with his new boat.

The Last Man Standing finalists had an enjoyable weekend catching plenty of barra and also went home with a brand new Shimano rod and reel.

Shimano Last Man Standing finalists.

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