WASHINGTON, May 25 /PRNewswire/ — Interested in winning a free luxury vacation to one of America’s most treasured places? All consumers need to do is come on and play the See America’s Treasures Sweepstakes at http://www.seeamerica.org/. Running through July 31, six lucky winners will win grand prize vacations throughout the USA, valued up to $10,000.
The questions are fun and varied. Where is the world’s largest chocolate factory located? What is the official color of the Golden Gate Bridge? The cross-dressing movie, The Birdcage, is set in what coastal city? The online trivia game contains multiple choice questions based on 11 different categories: States; National Parks; Scenic Byways; American Movies; Sports & Outdoor Recreation; American Cities; Amusement Parks; Famous Americans; Historical Places; Famous Places and Just for Fun. Each question includes four possible answers with the correct answer linking to a website where the player can find further information.
By playing the See America’s Treasures Sweepstakes, players will literally be able to See America. And by simply answering three qualifying questions at http://www.seeamerica.org/, players will not only learn about the diversity of American destinations but they will also be eligible to win one of six grand prize trips to treasured U.S. destinations. All-inclusive prizes include a five-night Las Vegas/National Park journey; a five-night stay in Orlando with access to all major attractions; a four-night visit to Hollywood including admission to Universal Studios Hollywood; a Royal Caribbean International seven-night Alaska cruise; a “Waterfalls to Lakes” vacation package to New York’s Finger Lakes and Niagara Falls; and an eight-night trip to New York City and Boston via Amtrak. The sweepstakes runs through July 31, 2005.
“The See America Treasure’s Game is the broadest and best campaign yet for promoting the U.S. as a great travel destination,” remarked Betsy O’Rourke, senior vice president of marketing for the Travel Industry Association of America. “When you play the game you truly take a trip across America, from big cities to national parks to historic destinations and everything in between.”
Need some help answering the questions? Hershey, PA is home to the world’s largest chocolate factory. International Orange is the official color of the Golden Gate Bridge. And the Bird Cage took place in Miami, Florida.
The newly redesigned http://www.seeamerica.org/ website is operated by the non-profit Travel Industry Association of America and is designed to offer travelers a commercial-free comprehensive U.S. information site. The website contains a wealth of travel planning tools, from maps to suggested itineraries to weather reports. The Tips and Tools section helps travelers find the lowest gas prices, discover the distances from here to there, and lets travelers know where to find ATMs anywhere in the USA. Detailed information about travel destinations and deals is available for every state of the union, including information on cities and regions; events and festivals; activities and attractions; hotels and restaurants, and shopping.
TIA is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the $600 billion travel industry. TIA’s mission is to represent the whole
of the U.S. travel industry to promote and facilitate increased travel to and within the United States.
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