American Meadows and High Country Gardens Announce the Botanic Garden Getaway Contest–Grand Prize is a Trip for Two to a Botanic Garden in the USA
January 26, 2017 (Newswire.com) –
American Meadows and High Country Gardens have launched the Botanic Garden Getaway– a contest that will award a grand prize trip for two to visit a botanic garden in the continental U.S. The trip will include round-trip airfare for two, a four-night hotel stay, admission to the selected botanic garden, and spending money for meals and additional transportation.
“The Botanic Garden Getaway is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to our country’s great public gardens and to gardeners who love plants,” said Mike Lizotte, partner of American Meadows. “We love traveling to visit our nation’s impressive public gardens, and we want to share that experience with our customers. We can’t think of a better prize to give any plant fanatic.”
“We believe that public gardens are national treasures, and we want to encourage gardeners and plant lovers throughout America to visit as many botanical gardens as they can,” said Mike Lizotte, partner of American Meadows.
To enter, visit BotanicGardenGetaway.com or visit the American Meadows or High Country Gardens websites and click on the contest links.
In addition to providing basic contact information, contest entrants will also be asked to name their favorite flower from the American Meadows or High Country Gardens websites and explain why they want to travel to their chosen botanical garden. The garden they select must be a member of the American Public Garden Association and located within the continental (Lower 48) United States.
Throughout the contest entry period, gardeners are invited to visit the American Meadows and High Country Gardens Facebook and Instagram pages for contest updates, information on new plants, and exciting stories about some of America’s premier public botanical gardens.
In addition to the grand prize, $50 gift certificates are awarded weekly. The deadline to enter the contest is April 30, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
Source: American Meadows