Jul122011

#WaikoloaMarriott30 Twitter contest for Royal Suite Hawaii Vacation

Waikoloa Beach Marriott celebrates its 30th anniversary on the Big Island¬†with a Twitter contest for 30 days for a 5-night stay in a Royal Suite. A daily photo, Monday-Friday starting yesterday, will be posted @MarriottHawaii. Reply to @MarriottHawaii with a photo caption and include hashtag #WaikoloaMarriott30 in your tweet. The best photo caption for each day’s photo will be entered into a drawing for a five night stay in a Royal Suite at Waikoloa Beach Marriott on Hawaii.

Waikoloa Beach Resort & Spa Contest

  • Follow @MarriottHawaii on Twitter
  • Reply to @MarriottHawaii with a caption that best describes the daily photo.
  • Include #WaikoloaMarriott30 in your tweet.
  • A daily photo¬†is posted Monday-Friday for six weeks beginning Monday 3pm (ET) July 11 through Friday 3pm (ET) August 22, 2011.
  • The best caption each day will be entered into a drawing for a 5-night Royal Suite stay at Waikoloa Marriott on the big island of Hawaii. Airfare is not part of the prize. Prize is hotel room only for winner and one guest.
  • Limit of one entry tweet per member per photo. Must enter by 2:59pm (ET) of day following photo posting.
  • Daily qualifiers will be announced on Twitter and notified prior to next photo being posted.
  • Grand prize winner for Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort Royal Suite stay will be drawn from 30 daily winners.
  • Contest Rules.
  • Prize is valid for travel from October 1, 2011 to October 31, 2012.
  • Contest open only to US residents of 50 states and DC. Must be 21 years of age.

Marriott Waikoloa Beach Twitter photo-caption contest July 11 - August 22

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Comments

  1. Ha! I don’t tweek with twits. They are missing a LOT of their potential market, expecially the folks that can afford the place without a bit promotion. No Thanks.
    -C.

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