$27,000 Dream Wedding Giveaway
JACKSON, CA- Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort announced today that they will be giving away a Dream Wedding for Spring 2015 worth $27,000 to one lucky couple.
The contest and voting begins tomorrow, May 1, 2014! Hopeful couples can participate in the contest by submitting a photo of themselves and their soul mate to the Jackson Rancheria Photo Contest link. Then they can get their family, friends, co-workers and absolute strangers to vote for them. The more votes, the better! Voting ends on June 1, 2014. Couples who make it to the Top 10 must submit a 3 to 5 minute YouTube video with their soon-to-be spouse telling us why they deserve to win. Video links must be submitted to email@example.com by June 9, 2014 at Midnight.
The Final 3 Couples will be revealed June 16, 2014. Voting re-opens and the Couple with the most votes wins the Dream Wedding! Votes via the Casino kiosks will be worth 50 bonus votes! Our Dream Wedding Couple will be announced on July 1, 2014.
Jackson Rancheria's Dream Wedding Includes:
- Ceremony and Reception Venue for up to 225 guests
- Two Complimentary Hotel Suites the night before the wedding
- Wedding Cake & Cupcakes by Guilty Indulgence
- Wedding Flowers for Ceremony, Reception and Bridal Party
- Food (Appetizers, Dinner and Champagne)
- Wedding Photographer (8 hours) by Farrell Photography
- Personalized Photo Booth
- One Hotel Suite for the Dream Wedding Couple after the wedding
Couples can earn 25 bonus votes by attending the Amador Wedding Faire on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort! Stop by the Jackson Rancheria booth to sign-up! Couples who enter into the Dream Wedding Giveaway must be 21 years or older.
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is located at 12222 New York Ranch Road, Jackson, CA 95642. For more information regarding contest rules and wedding details, call 800-822-WINN or visit www.JacksonCasino.com.
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