AllCar Offers Facebook Photo Contest

New York-based AllCar Rent-A-Car is now offering a Facebook contest for participants to post photos of their favorite New York City winter haunts. To enter, contestants must “like” the AllCar Rent-A-Car Facebook page and then submit their winter in NYC photo with a creative caption.

Running until Feb. 28, contestants have a chance to win the grand prize: a two-night stay at the Chimney Hill Estate Inn in Lambertville, N.J., and a three-day compact-car rental package.

“I think we can all agree that it’s been a long, cold winter thus far,” said Gil Cygler, AllCar president. “That being said, complaining about it isn’t going to heat things up. So, we thought we’d encourage our customers to have a little fun.”

The winning photo will be selected based on the creativity of the entry, the originality of the caption and the number of votes the image receives from AllCar Facebook fans, says the company.

Visit the AllCar Rent-A-Car Facebook page for contest details, rules and regulations. Some restrictions may apply.

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