Grand Marnier Toasts The Winter Season With Lift Your Spirits

  

New York–February 2012 – To celebrate the winter season in true joie de vivre fashion, iconic spirit brand Grand Marnier launches Lift Your Spirits. Fans are invited to raise a glass, snap a photo and post their picture on Grand Marnier’s Facebook Page for an exciting chance to win a 3-day, 3-night winter getaway to a luxury ski resort in Vail, Colorado.  

 

 
“The true essence of Grand Marnier’s spirit is celebrating and living life to the fullest,” says Pamela Broyles, Marketing Manager for Marnier Lapostolle Inc., North America. “People are always posting photos toasting big and small moments. Now they have the opportunity to turn those photos into a grand adventure through our Lift Your Spirits sweepstakes.”   

 

 
To enter the Lift Your Spirits sweepstakes, fans can post a photo, or tag a photo, that shows them raising a glass. For those who don’t have a picture to share, they simply need to visit their favorite restaurant or bar where the Grand Marnier Reds will be taking photos. Fans who have their photos taken by The Reds just need to tag their pictures to enter.  

 

 
The grand prize features an all-expense-paid trip to Vail, Colorado for one lucky winner and three guests, including travel, lodging, meals, lift tickets and equipment rental. First prize includes either a snowboard or pair of skis, along with a Grand Marnier shot ski. Second prize features a high-end Grand Marnier bar set with accessories and a Grand Marnier shot ski. 

 

 
Lift Your Spirits sweepstakes details can be found on Grand Marnier’s official Facebook page. The sweepstakes runs now until March 30, 2012. All entrants must be U.S. residents and 21 years of age or older. Certain U.S. states are exempt. Visit www.facebook.com/grandmarnier and click on the Lift Your Spirits tab for more information and to enter the sweepstakes.  

 

 
About Grand Marnier 
Founded in France in 1827, the House of Marnier Lapostolle is still owned and operated by the fifth, sixth and seventh generations of the family. In addition to the iconic Grand Marnier, which is made from the original secret recipe, they produce Chateaux de Sancerre Loire Valley wines, KAPPA Pisco, and Lapostolle wines from Chile. Grand Marnier is distributed in the United States by Moet Hennessy, leading importer and marketer of luxury wines, spirits and champagnes.

 

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