SAN DIEGO, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As a returning fourth year sponsor of the 18th Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival held March 10th – 20th at the Ultra Star Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center, Harrah's Rincon announces today the details of its "VIP" prize package developed exclusively as a grand prize giveaway for the film festival.
This year, Harrah's brings the fun in a big way by developing a prize package truly made for a star. Festival attendees who visit facebook.com/harrahsrincon and hit the LIKE button are automatically entered for a chance to win a prize package where one lucky winner will receive: a 2 night stay for two guests at the hotel, limousine transportation from San Diego Airport to Harrah's Rincon, a $200 food credit, a $250 spa package for two and passes to the luxurious Diamond lounge.
"Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort is proud to be returning for our fourth year with the festival and to once again lend support to the Latino community," says Tanya M. Diggs, Multicultural Marketing Lead, Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort. "When the movies end, the action continues at Harrah's. We're excited to bring the premier gaming experience in Southern California to the Latino community."
Over 20,000 festival attendees, 160 entertaining & award-winning movies, special guest celebrities, recognized filmmakers, industry professionals, artists, and musicians for all ages and tastes will gather as part of this year's film festival.
ABOUT HARRAH'S RINCON
Winner of 15 Casino Player Magazine "Best of Gaming" Awards, owned by the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians and managed by HCAL, LLC, a Caesars License Company, Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort is located at 777 Harrah's Rincon Way (33750 Valley Center Road) in Valley Center, CA, 20 minutes northeast of Escondido. With approximately 1,500 employees and an identity as a top resort-gaming destination, the casino offers state-of-the-art amenities and the unparalleled customer service that has made Harrah's a nationally recognized brand.
SOURCE Harrah's Rincon