Have you ever wanted to attend a premier industry event as a VIP, get inside secrets from industry leaders, and get treated like a rockstar?
Well this week Search & Social are giving you several ways to make this a reality.
For the launch of the 2010 Search & Social Spring Summit (formerly known as IM Spring Break), the organizers are giving you all kinds of ways to attend the event on their dime. The biggest one is going to be VIP package to the event.
- One FREE pass to the Search & Social Spring Summit
- Complimentary airfare to and from Tampa, FL
- Paid hotel accommodations during Search & Social Spring Summit
- $500 in spending money
All of these prizes, the entire VIP Trip, is valued at $2,000!
To enter, you must visit our Search & Social VIP Contest. Once you sign up you will be sent a promotion code, and whoever gets the most people to sign up for the event using their code gets the VIP prize. That’s it! No fluff. Use your mad skills as an internet marketing guru to kill the competition, and earn your VIP pass to one of the best marketing events that took place last year.
We will fly you into Tampa, FL, where the nearby beaches are always featured on the Travel Channel and are listed as the top beaches in the United States. You will check in to the Doubletree Guest Suites that is right on the water and five minutes from the airport.
With $500 in spending money, you can save it and put it in the bank, spend it at Mons Venus or go to the two nearby malls 2.8 miles from the hotel. The most important part of the package is your pass to the summit. This includes getting access into the eight speaker sessions, networking with experts and businesses from across the country, an invitation to the VIP party, admission to casino night and calypso night, and breakfast, lunch and dinner on both days of the conference.
The contest starts today and will go on until April 15, 2010. Enter to win and see what it feels like to receive VIP treatment from Search & Social. You might even find yourself having your own SEOtini girl serving you lunch for the day.