National Car Rental Creates Sweepstakes for Facebook Fans

As the official car rental company of the PGA Tour, National Car Rental launched a Facebook sweepstakes, “Score a Ride to the Ryder Cup,” giving fans a chance to win a trip to the Ryder Cup golf tournament.

Now through June 30, Facebook fans can register to win the grand prize including four tickets to the 2012 Ryder Cup, $5,000 cash for travel expenses and lodging, and Executive Elite status in National’s Emerald Club for 12 months.

Fans will also be entered to win daily giveaways as well. Emerald Club members will also receive up to 15 extra sweepstakes entries based on their membership tier level.

“The Ryder Cup is one of the rare golf tournaments where individual golfers work as a team, and we want to give our Emerald Club members and Facebook fans the opportunity to experience the thrill of the Ryder Cup first-hand,” said Patrick Farrell, chief marketing and communications officer for Enterprise Holdings. “Sponsoring the Ryder Cup is a great way for National to support The PGA of America’s mission to grow the game of golf, which is a value we also share with our business travel customers.”

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