Mansfield pays visitors gas cards for sharing experiences, photos
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June 4, 2008
Mansfield, OH – For visitors to Mansfield, Ohio The old saying “A Picture is worth a thousand words,” is modified to make the picture worth $50 in free gas. The Mansfield & Richland Convention & Visitors Bureau today launched a contest offering $50 gas cards to winning visitors who upload photos and a story about their visit to the mansfieldtourism.com website. Twelve winners will be awarded $50 gas cards. A new winner will be selected randomly every Monday, beginning June 16 through, and including, Labor Day 2008. Entries from residents of Richland and neighboring Ohio counties are not eligible to win.
Travelers who have visited Mansfield in the past year are encouraged to load a photo of themselves and their family or friends experiencing any of the region’s unique attractions or recreation venues in Mansfield in the past year. Those who include when they visited and what they liked best about their experience will be entered to win one of a dozen $50 gas cards. Photos submitted will be posted on mansfieldtourism.com.
Offering a variety of incredibly affordable family fun, historical, recreational and educational attractions, romantic getaways, outstanding golf and more, Mansfield is the perfect weekend getaway or midweek escape. Mansfield visitors can experience everything from the working farm where Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married, to a haunted former state prison where Hollywood blockbuster movies are shot and the world’s first robot.
In addition, the region is know offering “America's Best Motorsports Experience” and is home to more internationally televised world-class racing events than anyplace else in North America. Full details on area motorsports events and activities are available at www.ExperienceMotorsports.com. Complete area travel information, a free visitors guide Getaway Package details are available online at www.mansfieldtourism.com or by calling (800) 642-8282.
Comp or press rate tours, color art and additional information available.
Contact Amy Weirick (614) 8484-8380 or amy@WeirickCommunications.com.