Friday, August 21, 2009

Camp Hyatt on Assignment Contest

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Oh how I wish I had a 6 to 12 year old. Not just because they can dress themselves and pour their own cereal. No, this is purely to facilitate my desire to be on vacation as much as possible. Finally, your kids can help you get a free overnight stay at a really nice resort in Orange County. Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach is giving an overnight stay the family who's child wins the "On Assignment" contest for Camp Hyatt. Here are the details:

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HYATT REGENCY HUNTINGTON BEACH RESORT & SPA INVITES KIDS TO PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL
CAMP HYATT ‘ON ASSIGNMENT’ CONTEST

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (August 20, 2009) –  Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa is inviting local kids to participate in the Camp Hyatt ‘On Assignment’ contest, where they have the chance to win a vacation at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. In order to enter participants will film and submit a 1-2 minute video detailing why they want to be the Camp Hyatt ‘On Assignment’ reporter.  Children staying at the resort are also encouraged to participate; a videographer will be set up on property so guests can film their videos.

 
Kids will film and submit a 1-2 minute video detailing why they want to be the Camp Hyatt ‘On Assignment’ reporter and which Camp Hyatt activities they would enjoy most and why. Videos will be submitted by email or mail and sent to the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, attention Kelly Olsen, Kelly.Olsen@hyatt.com. Submissions are due by August 31, 2009.  
The kid with the most creative and entertaining video will win an overnight stay at the Hyatt Resort for them and three guests and their own Camp Hyatt experience. Parental consent forms must be completed in order to be considered. For more information on Camp Hyatt at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa visit  http://huntingtonbeach.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/activities/kids/index.jsp

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5 comments:

Tamara Mitchell said...

I think mine are a little to young for that :-) TT would say, "I don't know" and shrug her shoulders looking super cute!

Trudy said...

Hi Sharlene, I'm stopping in via Through Him All Things Are Possible. I am going to be a contributing writer on the blog!

This sounds like a wonderful opportunity for both kids and parents!

Helene said...

Oh that does sound like a fun contest!!!! Can't you borrow a friend's 6 yr old or something? LOL

Just Spotted said...

such a fun, cute idea. mine are also too little. but i bet people are loving it!

xoxo, K

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