Holland America Line’s Will Award 'Lucky Fan' 7-Day Cruise

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Holland America

Holland America Line has launched a “Perfect Day Cruise Sweepstakes” on Facebook that will award one lucky fan a seven-day cruise for two in a verandah stateroom to Europe, Canada/New England, the Caribbean, Mexico or Alaska. The sweepstakes runs through June 24, 2014, and the winner will be selected in a random drawing in early July.

 
To enter the contest, new visitors to Holland America Line’s Facebook page must “like” the company. Holland America Line fans click on the “Perfect Day Cruise Sweepstakes” tab and complete the simple entry form. Fans have the option to upload a travel photo that captures their idea of a perfect day to share in Holland America Line’s Facebook photo gallery. Participants can enter once per day through June 24 for a chance to win the cruise. The sweepstakes is available to persons 18 years of age or older who are legal residents of the United States, District of Columbia, United Kingdom or Canada — except Quebec.
 
“We strive to make every day on a Holland America Line cruise a perfect one and we’re looking forward to seeing how our guests define a perfect day through their own photos,” said Richard Meadows, executive vice president, marketing, sales and guest programs. “Our fans enjoy sharing their travel stories on our Facebook page and this sweepstakes is sure to create extra excitement and engagement within the community.”
 
Holland America Line’s Facebook page has more than a million fans with a passion for travel and the company. Fans can take a fun quiz, browse the exciting photo galleries, see the latest photos from “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea,” plan a Holland America Line vacation and much more. In the Roll Call tab, fans can connect with fellow travelers on an pcoming cruise. Guests enter the ship and date of their sailing, receive advice and tips on what to do while on their cruise as well as stay in touch with new friends and share photos after their cruise.
 
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