Alamo Rent A Car Launches Games 2 Go

With the launch of social-network based games called Alamo Games 2 Go, Alamo Rent A Car is providing entertainment along with prizes for vacationing families this summer. Launched this week on Alamo’s Facebook page, Games 2 Go consists of four interactive games designed to be played on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Vine.

Alamo is the first rental car brand to create these types of games. Participates can play Games 2 Go now through Sept. 16, and enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win weekly prizes and a $5,000 grand prize.

“We created Games 2 Go to help families enjoy their time together while capturing and sharing their vacation memories on the social media platforms they already use every day,” said Rob Connors, assistant vice president of marketing for Alamo. “We can all remember playing the license plate game and ‘I Spy’ on our family vacations growing up, so at Alamo, we’re excited to introduce Games 2 Go as the next generation of games to enhance the family vacation experience.”

Participants are asked to tag their photos and videos with #AlamoGames2Go and share them across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Vine. Players can enter the sweepstakes once per game per day.

For more information on the different Games 2 Go, visit www.alamogames2go.com.

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