Monday, February 14, 2011

Win A Trip To Camelback Ranch

Hastily putting this post up, since there ain't a lot of time left in this competition: the Arizona Office of Tourism is offering a Spring Training getaway package for an aspiring video-directing Dodger fan:

Create a short video of about what your perfect Arizona Spring Training day would be like and enter now for a chance to win this great getaway package! One lucky winner will receive a Spring Training package that includes:

  • Choice of Spring Training tickets for a group of Four to a Cactus League Spring Training Game at Camelback Ranch (home of the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Three Nights of Spacious Suite Accommodations at The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa
  • Two Rounds of Championship Golf at The Wigwam
  • Daily Access to the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
  • Family Golf Clinic
  • Dinner for Four at Litchfield’s, The Wigwam’s New Signature Farm-to-Table Restaurant
  • Dinner for Four at Haus Murphy’s, Glendale’s Famous German Restaurant
  • Tours of Ceretta Candy Company, The Bead Museum, and University of Phoenix Stadium
  • Glendale’s Got Game Gift Bag

Assuming this is the spa, I'm pretty interested. I know I could use an unrushed Desert Sage Aromatherapy massage, and Lasorda could definitely use a full-body waxing.

Contest ends February 15, 2011 @ 11:59 pm (MST), so get cracking!


Kyle Baker said...

If I'm going to make any short video, it's going to involve clown porn.

I guess I could put a Dodger cap on the clown, though.

Pistol Pete Reiser said...

Frank the Clown.

Not suitable for kid's b-day parties.

Steve Sax said...

Dusty, I don't think you're going to win this contest.

Nostradamus said...

Anybody else initially misread wigwam as "Wiggum"?

Nostradamus said...


Don't underestimate the clown porn subculture. They are few...but vocal.

Fred's Brim said...

*squirts from strategically placed flower*

Nostradamus said...

Is that a Georgia O'Keeffe reference?

Kyle Baker said...

I thought it was a Jenna Jameson reference.

Steve Sax said...

Jenna Jameson: When Plastic Surgery Goes Very Wrong