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Hyatt Regency announces free night challenge

INCLINE VILLAGE – Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa & Casino has announced a way for guests to win free hotel nights. To kick-off the Hyatt Resorts Best of All Worlds campaign, Hyatt is launching a challenge hosted on the new Hyatt Resorts Facebook page, asking fans to demonstrate through an uploaded photo how they experience the “best of all worlds” when they travel.

By submitting their photos, five winners will be rewarded with Hyatt Gold Passport points, enough for a two-night stay at any Hyatt Resort destination worldwide. Participants also have a second opportunity to win Hyatt Gold Passport points when they tag themselves in their submitted photo. The challenge is on now and running through July 26.

For more information, visit http://www.facebook.com/HyattResorts.


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