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ESSO Takes The Bahamas 4 Ways Around the World
By Rachael Peters
May 28, 2010 - 1:10:03 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Esso Bahamas annouced on Friday the launch of its annual summer promotion, this year themed “4 Ways Around the World”, giving four lucky Esso customers vacations of a lifetime to destinations in New York, Orlando, Hawaii, or the Mediterranean. As an added bonus the fuel corporation, in light of the current economic times, has dropped the entry cost to $20 in Esso fuel this year.

“The lowered fuel purchase requirement is a great alteration to this summer’s promotion because ultimately more people will be able to enter and have a chance to win one of these incredible prizes,” said Valentino Hanna, Bahamas Country Manager for Esso. “We know the economic recession is affecting everyone and it’s very important to us that all of our loyal customers have a chance to participate.”

Esso will announce the first winner of its “4 Ways Around the World” giveaway on June 11th. Additional draws will be held every other week there after. Customers that come into participating Esso stations and spend $20 in Esso fuel will be given an entry form. Completed forms will be placed into entry boxes provided for a chance to win one of the sizzling all-expense paid summer vacations, which include a vacation for four to New York City, a family trip for four to Walt Disney World in Orlando, a vacation for two to Hawaii and a Mediterranean cruise for two.

All trips include airfare, accommodation and spending money. Participants who are eighteen years and older can enter as many times as desired.

Participating Esso locations include: Wulff Rd. & Mackey St., East St. & Soldier Rd., East St. & Balfour Ave., Village Rd., Faith Ave. & Carmichael Rd., Palmdale, Bargain City, East Bay St., Heasties, Wulff Rd. & Montrose Ave., Oakesfield, Winton & Fox Hill Rd, and South Beach, Baillou Hill and thirteen locations in Abaco.

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