Enter the Vibe Hotels Suite Life travel reporter video competition to win the experience of a lifetime for two, visiting each Vibe Hotel location in Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast and Darwin
Sydney, News South Wales; 17 December 2009: Vibe Hotels, has launched its "Suite Life" competition in search of a new voice in hotels and travel in Australia. The competition invites budding travel reporters to upload a short video to www.facebook.com/VibeHotels describing one of their travel experiences for their chance to share in over $10,000 worth of prizes.
"We are delighted to launch a competition to find the ultimate travel reporter for Vibe Hotels! The winning entrant will receive a 12 day trip travelling to Vibe Hotel locations across Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and the Gold Coast – to truly enjoy the 'suite life'," said Rachel Argaman, CEO, Toga Hospitality. "As part of their incredible trip, the winners will also be given a Vibe branded Flip video camera to report on their adventures, flights to all destinations, spending money and free passes to local attractions."
The runners-up of the competition will receive a weekend away for two, to a Vibe Hotel of their choice. The package will include breakfast, the Vibe Entertains cookbook, a Flip video camera and much more. Entries close 28 February 2010, with winners announced 12 March 2010.
The Vibe hotel experience is unique, with a focus on contemporary design, seamless customer service and great value. Vibe's lifestyle philosophy prioritises style partnered with comfort. Each Vibe hotel is as distinctive as the city that hosts it, with décor and facilities designed to reflect the personality of the city.
For terms and conditions please see www.facebook.com/VibeHotels
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
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