MAZATLAN, Mexico, Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Why wait for a taste of the good life? Enter the Manana is Today contest.
For one lucky winner from Washington state and a guest, it's time to leave winter behind and pack suitcases with swimsuits, flip flops and sunscreen. The entrant who writes the most compelling 300-word essay about what they'd do with a one-week vacation in Mazatlan will be selected to experience a lifestyle like no other, filled with vast, sandy beaches, authentic Mexican culture and world class amenities.
The winner and a companion will enjoy luxurious, exclusive accommodations, airfare for two, excursions in Mazatlan, and local transportation – a total value of over $4,000 USD courtesy of the Mazatlan Developers Association.*
"The reason we are giving away these incredible trips is simple," said Guillermo Garcia, President of the Mazatlan Developers' Association. "We want to draw attention to a magical place. With prices at historically low levels, the opportunity to live your dreams in Mazatlan will never be better."
Mazatlan, the "Pearl of the Pacific," is a vibrant city of 400,000 located on Mexico's Gold Coast. The city welcomes travelers and residents with outstanding amenities, including a 135-year-old theater, the largest marina in Mexico, several universities, 12 supermarkets and four hospitals.
Many expatriates are happy to discover how affordable and welcoming Mazatlan is for ocean views, second homes and retirement, in addition to vacations. The surrounding area is renowned for its excellent cuisine and fresh harvest, including tomatoes, shrimp and sugarcane. Mazatlan is also home to premier big game fishing, a 500-year-old historic city center and the largest Carnival celebration outside of Brazil. Mazatlan also offers excellent recreation and an active lifestyle, including golf, tennis, horseback riding and much more.
All it takes is one week in Mazatlan to want to stay for a lifetime.
To enter, or for more information, see www.mazatlanlifestyle.net/contest
*Winners must have the ability to travel internationally (including current passport) and must be available for travel between January 2 - 9, 2011.
For more information, contact:
Kristin Dizon, 206-631-1989
Dave Pringle, 206-412-1231
SOURCE Mazatlan Developers Association