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Clarion Hotels Give Guests the Chance to Win $1 Million

27/07/2009 16:37

"Live in a Winnebago and write a novel". . ."Buy healthcare for my 10 cats". . ."Purchase a small town in Alabama". . ."Buy doughnuts for everyone". What would you do with a million dollars? The Clarion brand asked some of its guests what they would do with some serious cash and these were just some of the unique answers they came back with.


The top three choices among guests on how they would spend a million dollars were paying off debt (23 percent), buying a home (22 percent) and a surprising third, donate to philanthropic causes (21 percent).


So what would you do with a million dollars? Well now's your chance to find out with "The Clarion Make Your Stay Chance at a Million Dollar Giveaway" from Clarion hotels this summer. As part of this unique sweepstakes, guests can log on once a day to starting July 23rd through September 10th, sign up for the Choice Privileges rewards program, and play an instant win game with a chance at a million dollar prize through a fun interactive entry process.


Get the full story at: PRNEwswire




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