Yosemite/Mariposa County Tourism Bureau Launches 2012 Yosemite FunFoto Contest
Entrants could win one of six fabulous winter getaway vacation packages to Yosemite/Mariposa County
Travel to Mariposa County along one of the following highways:
Highway 120 from Stockton/Manteca
Highway 132 from Modesto
Highway 140 from Merced
Highway 49 from Sonora
Highway 41 from Fresno
Once inside Mariposa County, take your best shot: It can be scenery, people, historical landmarks or anything showing the fun and experience of visiting Mariposa County, but it must be taken along one of the five state highways. Participants are not required to travel into Yosemite Park (but you’ll miss a great trip if you don’t). Make a brief note to explain where the photo was captured, or include the route in a photo caption. Entrants must include the route taken with an entry to be considered in the contest.
Complete the “Enter to Win Form” available at http://www.yosemiteexperience.com/
There will be one winner chosen from entries along each state highway and one Grand Prize Winner. The contest ends January 31, 2013 and winners will be selected in February 2013.
Each prize winner will receive: 1) accommodations for 2 persons for 2 nights (subject to availability)
The Grand Prize Winner will receive: 1) accommodations for 2 persons for 2 nights (subject to availability)
There will be a total of five prizewinners and one Grand Prize Winner. A single prizewinner will be chosen from entries received that depict images taken during along Highway 120, Highway 140, Highway 132, Highway 49 or Highway 41. Photos submitted must designate the location taken. Photos submitted without a designated location will be disqualified.
For more information and complete rules, please visit http://www.yosemiteexperience.com/
About Yosemite & Mariposa County
Located in the heart of California and home of Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County is a world class destination for all seasons, all nestled within the awe-inspiring surroundings of natural monuments, lush vineyards and notable landmarks. Combining the rich history of California’s gold rush with its engaging events and welcoming locals, it’s no wonder Mariposa County, which boasts a variety of more than 3,500 accommodations, attracts millions of travelers from all over the world each year. For more information, visit the Yosemite/Mariposa County Tourism Bureau at www.YosemiteExperience.com or call 1.866.HALF.DOME.