3:30pm | Earlier this week, Hotel Maya announced Karleen Nicholson as the first monthly winner in its “The Year To Go Mayan” yearlong sweepstakes. Each monthly winner receives a weekend package at Hotel Maya featuring 2 nights, 3 days and includes breakfast.
“We had quite a few unique and compelling entries featuring guests really living their life to the fullest,” said Kristi Allen, General Manager at Hotel Maya – a Doubletree by Hilton. “It was a challenge to select the best one, but we’re confident that our Facebook fans will agree with our selection. And guests not recognized this month can post a new picture for consideration.”
To celebrate the end of the Mayan 2012 calendar on Dec. 21, 2012, Hotel Maya is hosting “The Year To Go Mayan” yearlong sweepstakes featuring monthly hotel weekend giveaways, Mayan symposiums, Mayan Movie Mondays, a Mayan dinner show, and a variety of Mayan food and beverage promotions. A grand prizewinner will also be awarded an 8-day, 7-night, all-expenses-paid vacation that includes roundtrip airfare originating out of Los Angeles to the heart of the Mayan Nation in Yucatan, Mexico, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Merida – Yucatan.
Entries to the “The Year To Go Mayan” sweepstakes can be submitted on Hotel Maya’s Facebook page to include a picture featuring the guest living their life to the fullest with a placard or other object with the words “Hotel Maya” clearly visible.
Guests must first “Like” Hotel Maya’s Facebook page in order to submit an entry. The monthly winner will be based on the photo selected by Hotel Maya. The next monthly drawing is on Feb. 21 and the following drawings occur each month on the same day.
The grand prizewinner will be selected on Dec. 21, 2012, from the top six monthly winners, which Hotel Maya will post for its Facebook “Like” community to vote on the best “The Year To Go Mayan” photo.
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