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Contest: Want to Join Me At the Critics Choice Awards?

posted by Nell Minow

I’ll be going to the Critics Choice Awards again this year — can’t wait to see all the stars who attend.  Want to come along?  Los Angeles Tourism is giving away a pair of tickets.

To enter, simply snap a LA-inspired photo and post to either Instagram or Flickr using the hashtag #RedCarpetLA by December 17, 2013.  Photos may also be uploaded for consideration via www.discoverlosangeles.com/RedCarpetLA.

Whether LA means a brilliant smile, a beautiful sunset, palm trees, or hand prints in freshly poured cement, entrants are encouraged to get creative in visually representing how LA inspires them for a chance to win this once in a lifetime, red-carpet worthy trip. View all the SNAP.POST.WIN. contest entries and additional contest rules and details at: www.discoverlosangeles.com/RedCarpetLA.

Participants must be 18 years or older. The winner will be chosen by an official LA Tourism judge on December 18, 2013. Prize details include:

SNAP.POST.WIN. Prize

  • VIP Red-Carpet Access to the “Critics’ Choice Movie Awards” for two including a backstage tour and dinner at the star-studded awards gala
  • 3 nights luxury accommodations at Loews Hollywood Hotel
  • Round-trip flight for two to Los Angeles
  • Prize must be redeemed January 15-18, 2014


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