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Monday, July 6, 2009

Wanna a free trip to wine country? Oregon Wine Board launches video contest

Rolling vineyards in Oregon
Are you a fan of Oregon wine country? Now's your chance to tell people why their wine rocks your world, publicly. Oregon Wine Board launched their Capture the Spirit of Oregon Wine Country online video and photo contest on Facebook. To enter, you'll need to share your experiences via "creative and memorable" photo essays or 60-second videos.

And, like other video and photo competitions, there's a voting component. If you're a member of Facebook, you can vote for your favorites from July 4 to August 21. Submissions will be accepted until August 21. Based on creativity, originality and fan response, six $500 cash prizes will be awarded (three photos and three videos). But here's the best part:

Two Oregon Wine Country Weekend Grand Prizes, valued at $2,000 each, will be given to the one video winner and the one photo essay winner that receives the most public votes in the final voting phase. Grand prize voting takes place from September 4 to September 16. Grand prize winners will be announced on September 18.

Find Oregon Wine Board's Facebook page and become a Fan by searching for "Oregon Wine Country."

Interested in other wine-related video and photo contests?

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