Massanutten Resort urges everyone to soak up every bit of summer

Massanutten ResortMassanutten Resort, the premier all-season resort destination in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia launched its Save Your Summer VIP Giveaway, which coincides with their current Save Your Summer in September marketing campaign. The sweepstakes, which is open for entry through September 6, 2019 will award one participant with the ultimate September vacation.

The lucky winner will receive a three day, two night stay from September 20-22, 2019 in a two-bedroom condo in the exclusive Regal Vista condo community, complete with a pool and fitness room; four (4) All-Day General Admission Passes to the Massanutten Indoor WaterPark; four (4) combo passes for the Family Adventure Park (summer tubing, Mega Zip/Kids’ Course, climbing wall, and quick jump); one $100 Resort Gift Card; and a surprise welcome gift.

“The Save Your Summer in September campaign is all about taking advantage of September’s mild temperatures here in the Shenandoah Valley coupled with Massanutten’s great amenities and overall positive feelings of summer,” said Sarah Elson, director of business relations at Massanutten Resort. “We’re thrilled to hold this giveaway to ensure everyone has the chance to make the most out of their summer before we head into fall.”

Enter to win at The Save Your Summer VIP Giveaway winner will be announced at 12:00 PM EST on September 6, 2019 on the Massanutten Resort Facebook page and notified via email. All entrants will receive an exclusive offer via email once the contest ends.

Fine print: The Save Your Summer VIP Giveaway and Save Your Summer in September marketing campaign is not in exchange for a timeshare presentation. No timeshare tour required. You must be 21 years of age to make a reservation or check-in. Package is not for resale. Must show proof of identification to claim prize.

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