Go Green Twitter Sweepstakes

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is excited about the launch today of our new " Go Green" Sweepstakes on Twitter. The winner will receive:
- Roundtrip flights for winner + guest, provided by AARP Travel Center, powered by Expedia. Flight will arrive in Washington, DC on Saturday, April 24th and return on Monday, April 26th. A carbon offset contribution will be made once the winner and flight distance are confirmed.
- 2 Night Hotel Stay (1 Room, Double Occupancy), provided by Starwood Hotels & Resorts.
- Earth Day gift bag, courtesy of Earth Day Network including:
- 2 tee shirts & 2 VIP passes to Earth Day events on Sunday, April 25th, 2010.
- $25 Metro Card
Entering the contest is easy: Follow us on Twitter. Then, simply tweet your "go green" ideas for a chance to win a trip for two to the Earth Day Celebration in Washington, DC Saturday, April 24- Monday, April 26th. More details here.
We'll be responding to your tweets and will announce the winner in a just a couple weeks.
Not on Twitter? Stay tuned...we've got more fun giveaways coming later this year.

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