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May 01, 2010

Romance/Getaway Series - Boulder Resort Contest



The Boulders Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona is again inviting the public to name some of its most distinguished residents: the striking cactus that stand proudly in the surrounding Sonoran Desert landscape. I've visited their website, and am dying to visit this Resort & Spa...it looks gorgeous!

Now it's time to name some of our proud parched cactus friends for the third annual “Name the Cactus” contest. Let us know who you're reminded of when you take a look the pictures posted at www.theboulders.com - whether it's a famous person, an animal, a family member or maybe even a frenemy (they are quite prickly). You could win a fabulous vacation getaway and meet your nicknamed cactus, well, face-to-face. <--- Count me in! “Gladtameetchoo,”“Mr. Grumps,” “Double Barrel Darrel,” Captain Cact-Eye” are just some of the creative names gleaned from the "Name our Cactus" contest over the last two years. The Boulders’ Managing Director, Michael Hoffmann, said “The summer Name the Cactus contest has become a much-anticipated annual event at The Boulders.

To enter the contest, visit The Boulders website at http://www.theboulders.com/ or www.aaaaz.com/boulders and submit the most creative monikers for the six distinctive cacti pictured on the website. Judges will pick six winners who will receive amazing vacation getaways to this world-renowned Boulders Resort including transportation vouchers, accommodations, dining, golf and more. The winning names will be chosen on creativity and originality.

The contest runs from March 29 - June 1, 2010. The “Name The Cactus” contest is sponsored by AAA Arizona and the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau.

“AAA Arizona is happy to be a part of the Name the Cactus contest this year,” said AAA Arizona Public Affairs Director Linda Gorman. “The contest gives travelers the opportunity to personalize something that is unique to this property, as well as our state.”



Disclaimer: This information was posted from press release information only. The Boulders Resort did not participate in a partnership nor were there complimentary accommodations provided for this posting

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