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Timeshare Vacation Photo Contest is Down to the Final Week

Aug 18 2013, 7:00am CDT | by PR.com

The deadline for timeshare vacationers to submit their photos to BuyaTimeshare.com is August 25 to have a chance to win.

Tampa, FL, August 18, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Online timeshare resale advertiser BuyaTimeshare.com is reminding consumers that they only have one week left to submit their timeshare vacation photos in...

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Timeshare Vacation Photo Contest is Down to the Final Week

Aug 18 2013, 7:00am CDT | by PR.com

The deadline for timeshare vacationers to submit their photos to BuyaTimeshare.com is August 25 to have a chance to win.

Tampa, FL, August 18, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Online timeshare resale advertiser BuyaTimeshare.com is reminding consumers that they only have one week left to submit their timeshare vacation photos in its Facebook photo contest.

Contestants are asked to submit their photos through the company’s Facebook page at http://facebook.com/BuyaTimeshareOnline for a chance to win an Amazon $25 gift card. Then, contestants are encouraged to have friends and family members vote and the photo with the most votes will be the winner.

“In this social media-centric time that we live in, more people are taking more photos than ever before. With smart phones, it’s a no-brainer. But people have been taking photos of their vacations since practically the invention of the camera,” said Wesley Kogelman, president and CEO, BuyaTimeshare.com. “By bringing together one of the most traditional of pastimes, taking vacation photos, with social media, we’re looking for timeshare vacationers to tell the story of how much fun they had at their resort.”

Those interested in participating should submit original pictures that contestants have taken at their timeshare that are free of any copyright restrictions – showing the terrific time they had vacationing at their resort.

The contest ends August 25, at which time the photo with the most online votes will be declared the winner.

For more information about the photo contest, please visit http://facebook.com/BuyaTimeshareOnline and to find out more information about the timeshare resale market, please visit http://buyatimeshare.com

About BuyaTimeshare.com
BuyATimeshare.com is an internet advertising and marketing company for timeshare owners who seek to sell or rent timeshare by-owner. The company has been in business since 2000 and was ranked by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in the country—making the prestigious Inc. 5000 list in 2010 and 2011. BuyATimeshare.com was also listed as one of BusinessNH Magazine’s Top 10 Companies to Watch in 2009. The company is a member in good standing with the American Resort Development Association (ARDA), Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA) and Cooperative Association of Resort Exchangers (CARE). For more information, please visit http://buyatimeshare.com or call 1-800-882-0296.

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Email: s.luba(at)buyatimeshare.com
Ph: 800-882-0296 ext. 7703

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http://buyatimeshare.com

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