There are a lot of factors that go into making a family vacation successful especially when you travel with kids. Whether your dream vacation got rained out or you spent the trip in your hotel room when the kids got sick, there are a million ways things can wrong, but luckily there’s also one way they can go very well thanks to the Vacation Do-Over Giveaway.
The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) wants to help travelers re-do their vacation gone bad by giving away a $10,000 vacation do-over. One lucky winner will not only receive the trip of their dreams, but the travel advisors will do all the hard work for you, planning and booking that do-over vacation.
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Do you ever wish you could hit the reset button on your DIY vacation? ASTA is giving you (and your friends or family) the chance to “Do Over” your vacation! One lucky entrant will win the trip of their dreams, valued at up to $10,000. Best of all, this time we’ll do all the work, as every aspect of your vacation will be planned by one of ASTA’s expert travel advisors. To enter, follow these simple steps: 1. Fill out the form on TravelSense.org/VacationDoOver by July 19. 2. Follow TravelSense.org on Instagram or Facebook – we’ll check to verify. 3. Share our “Vacation Do Over” post on your Instagram or Facebook. The lucky winner will be announced August 1st. . . . . . #letsgetaway #travelislife #vacationdoover #foodietraveller #foodiedestination #funwaytotravel # travelislife🌍 #wanderer #wander #wanderlusting
In order to enter you’ll need to share your worst vacation experience. Start by filling out the online submission form on TravelSense.org. You’ll also need to upload a short video to put a face to your story. Then simply follow TravelSense.org on Instagram or Facebook and share one of their “Vacation Do Over” posts on your Instagram or Facebook pages. To be eligible you’ll need to complete all the steps by Jul. 19.
One grand prize winner will be announced on Aug. 1, 2019 and finally enjoy a well-deserved vacation!
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