National Geographic’s Passport to Explore Sweepstakes

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I’m excited to be partnering up with National Geographic, one of my favourite reads, to promote their new Passport to Explore sweepstakes. What is the grand prize you ask?

One lucky explorer will win a dream getaway to any North American destination that is serviced by Air Canada and Loews Hotel & Resorts, including:

* Economy airfare for two, and;
* 7 days and 6 nights at the Loews Hotel & Resorts destination of your choice.

I don’t know about you guys but with the busy schedule that comes along with raising kids, I could certainly use some husband/wife time away to help recharge the batteries.

HOW TO ENTER

There are three ways to enter this contest:

1. Visit a National Geographic Explorer luggage retailer and identify the mystery animal that appears on The Passport to Explore hangtag; enter the animal in the contest form. You can find participating locations Right Here!

2. Enter an associated blogger code. I’ve got you covered there folks! Your bonus entry code is 497.

3. By “sharing” the link to the Contest Website on your Facebook page.

It’s as easy as that! The sweepstakes closes on March 31, 2013 and is open to Canada only. Good Luck and don’t forget to see the official contest Rules and Regulations for complete prize details.

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About National Geographic Luggage
National Geographic brand is synonymous with exploration, adventure and high quality.

* National Geographic’s net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research and education programs.
* The product line covers a wide range of use, including:
– Leisure travel – lightweight with wide range of models for vacation travel
– Adventure travel – rugged and functional for adventure travelling
– Business travel – lightweight and stylish for travel to meeting with business cases and computer to tablet cases.

Disclosure: I received compensation for this post. The opinions are strictly my own.

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