Saturday, 4 July 2020

Imperial Costa Rica Trip Giveaway

PrintThe CBS affiliate in Chicago posted this: “Visit your local Imperial Retailer starning Monday, March 4th to Friday, April 5th, 2013 to get the text code for a chance to win a seven night stay for two at the Riu Guanacaste.”

The promotion is by Apple Vacations-and Costa Rica’s brewery, Cerveceria de Costa Rica.

In the alternative, entries can be online at: http://wscramstore.hipcricket.com/Contests_v2.asp?id=53

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