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#JUCYwin for the Glampavan of Love

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#JUCYwin for the Glampavan of Love

Got something to get off your chest this Valentine’s Day? JUCY is looking for the most creative, quirky and original Romeo or Juliet to win one of three “Glampavan of Love” road trips in NZ, Australia or the USA!

Shout out your love on social media, record it and share with your network of friends and fans with the hashtag #JUCYwin and be in to win the ultimate romantic road trip for two in a JUCY Glampavan, complete with all the bells & whistles.

JUCY General Manager of Sales & Marketing Katrina van Dijk says the competition is the perfect way for people to unleash their inner romantic.

“In the lead up to the most romantic day of the year, we know people are already starting to think of some fantastic quirky ideas to say ‘I love you’. All we’re doing is providing them with an opportunity to record and share those ideas with us through social media.

“We know JUCY fans love travel, road trips, surprises and their other halves, so this is the perfect chance for them to create something original and cool, and win a dream prize pack of a 7-day Glampavan holiday for two in the process! We’ve got some great ideas to start you off on the website, so make sure you visit it for some inspiration and to find out how to enter.”

Entering the Glampavan of Love competition is easy:

• Come up with a quirky, interesting and/or original way to tell your other half how you feel about them

• Capture your idea as a photo or video (it can be a song, poem or just some words from the heart)

• Post it to your own Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube account and hashtag #JUCYwin (very important or we can’t find you!)

• Note down your preferred country for the trip (NZ, Australia or USA ONLY) in your post

• Bonus points if you find and tag in our JUCY social media accounts!

One winner each in NZ, Australia and the USA will win a FREE 7-day hire of a JUCY Glampavan for two, complete with all the little pampering extras you need for a truly romantic dream road trip with your other half!

Details can be found on the website www.winwithjucy.com – the competition opens on Monday, January 13,, 2014 and closes5pm Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2014.

-ENDS-

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