Everyone knows the most difficult part of skiing and snowboarding is actually getting out to the mountain. Mountain High in Southern California has been dedicated to overcoming this barrier and being a short hour or so drive from LA, its already well equipped to dispel the notion that its a pain to get out to the slopes for a day of fun. The only thing that would make it any easier to get out to enjoy some shredding at Mountain High is if someone was to give you a vehicle that could take you and your buddies up to the resort. Well, here is your chance to win a 2-year lease on a brand-spanking-new 2012 Toyota Tacoma!
Anyone that is interested in trying their luck just need to visit http://www.mthigh.com/toyota-sweepstakes and enter the “Toyota Sweepstakes at Mountain High Resort.” Entries will be accepted until March 31st, 2012, when five sweepstakes finalists will be selected from a random drawing. These five lucky ducks will get a free day of skiing and snowboarding at Mountain High Resort where they will participate in some action packed games to determine who goes home in their new ride!
Take a peek at last year’s final:
There is no purchase necessary to enter into the sweepstakes; all you need to do is visit http://www.mthigh.com/toyota-sweepstakes. The only caveats are that entries must be submitted by 5pm PST on March 21st, and you must be 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license.
John McColly, Director of Marketing is stoked to continue the annual sweepstakes again for 2012. “The annual Toyota Sweepstakes has become our most popular promotion. Our guests love it, and we are very proud of Mountain High’s longtime partnership with the Southern California Toyota Dealers Association.”
This is the ninth year Mountain High has teamed up with Toyota to produce the sweepstakes for a brand new car. Last season’s Toyota Sweepstakes at Mountain High winner was Jose Graham, a Mountain High regular from just an hour and fifteen minutes away in Irvine that rides an average of 10 days per season. Graham in turn gave the Prius to his teenage daughter, “because it’s reliable, easy to drive, and you can’t beat the gas mileage.”