Campers And Outdoor Enthusiasts Invited To Campfire Travel’s Exclusive Competitions

June 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Campfire Travel is pleased to invite all lovers of the outdoors to take part in their exclusive competitions. The company offers all those who take part a chance to win monthly prizes, including a 2-day stay at a 3-Star (or greater) RV Resort or Campground.

Kevin Hall, a spokesperson for Campfire Travel, encouraged members of the public from all across the US to participate, saying, "Joining our competitions is as easy as it is to win. We have designed all of them to give anyone a real chance to win. Our competitions are held monthly, so there will always be another chance for anyone that's interested." In each edition of their magazine, the company hosts $1,000 worth of vacations and prizes for participants to win. All competitions are free to enter, and there are four photo and trivia competitions to keep them feeling fresh and exciting each month.

The company states that the purpose of their competitions is to bring attention to the outdoor activities that have seen a decrease in popularity among hobbyists during the past few years. Some of the top prizes that Campfire Travel offers include free vacation getaways at amazing campgrounds and RV resorts, Amazon gift vouchers, cameras, mobile phones, and other items that can complement the joys of the outdoor experience.

Campfire Travel's most well-known event is their Photo Competition. The company sets a theme, in addition to certain guidelines and rules, for each month's photo competition. They elaborate that, "A month's given theme may be a lake escapade, while the next could be a desert adventure or even a mountain trip with the family's pet. The important thing is to encourage the participants to have a day away from their routine, as they will have to go out and find a fitting, and awe-inspiring, place to take their photo. Who knows, this may even spark in them an unknown passion for these activities."

The company states that photo entries may consist of only one picture per participant, where the established theme should be conveyed according to the given rules. Campfire Travel explains that, while a participant may enter any number of competitions, they can only submit a single entry at any given time. The best submitted picture will be selected by us at Campfire Travel and the winner will be notified. Entries must be submitted by the 20th of each month to be entered for that period, or they will be entered into the following month’s competition.

Hall clarified, "A participant may enter our photo competition from any part of the world, as long as the law allows it." He adds, "While we will showcase the winning photographs on our website, as well as in our monthly magazine, the original photographer will retain the copyright to their submission. We guarantee that sponsors will not sell a photo entry for a fee, although winning entries may be used in connection with the contest, and promotion of the contest or the Campfire Travel brand."

Campfire Travel also hosts a Trivia Competition, in which participants may win prizes that are also offered in their photo competition, such as a 3-night camping stay free of accommodation charges. The company is currently working on a new competition, called the SMS Competition. While it is still in development, the company says that it is missing only the final few details.

They also recently launched a new E-Magazine for Dog Owners. While the E-Magazine is specifically designed for Tablets, a mobile phone-specific app will be released soon that utilizes key features of the phone to keep users informed, help them have fun, and give them the opportunity to win prizes through new exclusive competitions. More information can be read on Campfire Travels' main website.

For more information regarding the company's competitions and products, travelers may contact Kevin Hall of Campfire Travel. The company has also invited those interested to connect with them through their official Facebook and Twitter accounts, where users may comment and interact with other outdoor enthusiasts of every kind.

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