Travelpro Announces “Win a Trip to Las Vegas” Sweepstakes in Celebration of Sony Pictures’ Upcoming Motion Picture Comedy, “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2″
Travelpro, the original inventor of Rollaboard luggage and a leader in innovative, high-quality luggage design, is proud to announce its “Win A Trip to Las Vegas Sweepstakes” in celebration of the upcoming Sony Pictures’ motion picture comedy “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” in theaters April 17, 2015.
The Sweepstakes winner and a guest will fly roundtrip and stay at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Las Vegas resort. In addition, the winner will experience Le Rêve –The Dream, the aquatic and aerial theatrical production named Best Show in Las Vegas for four consecutive years, presented exclusively at Wynn Las Vegas. Additionally, the winner will receive two pieces of Travelpro luggage. Look for Travelpro luggage in the movie and at retailers nationwide and online.
One trip for two (2) to Las Vegas includes:
- Roundtrip airfare for two (2) to Las Vegas, Nevada
- Three (3) night stay in a Wynn Deluxe Resort room
- 2 premium tickets to Le Rêve –The Dream
- 2 carry-on size Travelpro luggage
- $200 spending cash
The sweepstakes runs from March 20 through May 1. To enter, simply register at www.travelpro.com/mallcop-sweepstakes. Visit this same site to view the complete sweepstakes official rules. No purchase is required to enter the sweepstakes. Void where prohibited.
For over 25 years, Travelpro International has prided itself on design innovation and durability in crafting the highest quality luggage for travelers worldwide. Since transforming the ease of modern day travel with The Original Rollaboard wheeled luggage, Travelpro has been the brand of choice for flight crews and frequent travelers worldwide. Travelpro is dedicated to building a lifelong relationship with its customers by consistently understanding and exceeding their needs. Travelpro was honored to once again be voted as the “World’s Best Luggage” by Premier Traveler Magazine in 2014.
About “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2″
After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart has earned a well-deserved vacation. He heads to Vegas with his teenage daughter before she heads off to college. But safety never takes a holiday and when duty calls, Blart answers. Directed by Andy Fickman. Produced by Todd Garner, Kevin James, Adam Sandler and Jack Giarraputo. Written by Kevin James & Nick Bakay.
About Sony Pictures
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Sony Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation. SPE’s global operations encompass motion picture production, acquisition and distribution; television production, acquisition and distribution; television networks; digital content creation and distribution; operation of studio facilities; and development of new entertainment products, services and technologies. For additional information, go to www.sonypictures.com.
About Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn and Encore Las Vegas are two luxury hotel and casino resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. The iconic travel destinations are operated by international resort developer Wynn Resorts, recipient of more Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards than any other independent hotel company in the world. Wynn Las Vegas opened on April 28, 2005 and has been recognized as the best resort in Nevada on Condé Nast Traveler’s “Gold List” for six consecutive years. The resort features 2,714 lavish guest rooms and suites, more than 111,000 square feet of state-of-the-art casino space, 14 casual and fine dining restaurants, a spa and salon and an on-site Ferrari and Maserati dealership and 18-hole golf course. Wynn Las Vegas is home to Le Rêve – The Dream, the aquatic and aerial theatrical experience named Best Show in Las Vegas for four consecutive years, and Steve Wynn’s ShowStoppers, a production with 35 singers and dancers and a full 31-piece on-stage orchestra composed of quintessential numbers from some of the most celebrated composers and lyricists to ever grace American theater stages. Encore, an expansion of Wynn Las Vegas, opened on Dec. 22, 2008. Featuring an additional 2,034 all-suite accommodations, a 72,000-square-foot casino, five restaurants and a spa and salon, Encore is located adjacent to Wynn Las Vegas. Combined, the two resorts boast four distinct nightlife and day club experiences, approximately 283,000 square feet of meeting space and 98,000 square feet of retail space. For more information on Wynn and Encore Las Vegas, visit www.wynnpressroom.com, follow on Twitter and Instagram at @WynnLasVegas and www.facebook.com/wynnlasvegas.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, a trip to Las Vegas is an excursion into sensory overload.
The flashing lights, blaring sounds and round-the-clock excitement can be quite disorienting. That’s why it’s important to plan properly when visiting Sin City.
One mistake rookie tourists commonly make is not preparing for the extreme climate. Las Vegas is located in a desert, with summer temperatures often reaching 115°. Therefore, light clothing, constant hydration, and proper skin protection are very important.
But, don’t forget to pack a light jacket. Desert temperatures can drop significantly at night, and the casinos are known for running their air conditioners at full capacity. It’s very easy to become chilled (and risk catching a cold) as you experience 50° temperature swings while entering and exiting each property along the strip.
Also pack a pair of comfortable walking shoes, and be very careful when crossing Las Vegas streets (there are many distractions drawing motorists’ eyes from the road). If you’re not a walker, cabs are preferable to rental cars due to their abundance, convenience and lack of parking hassles.
If you do rent a car or take your own, avoid the expensive valet service and use the free garage or lot. Plus, don’t buy gas on the strip.
Speaking of reducing your overall costs, Las Vegas travel bargains abound in this down economy. Visit LasVegas. com or any reputable travel planning site (or travel agent) for endless show, hotel and airfare package deals. If you’re able to travel at off-peak times, the deals can be especially generous. As always, be sure read the fine print carefully before booking.
If you’re a novice and plan to gamble, take advantage of the gaming lessons most casinos offer and start off at the lower limit tables. Also, sign up for frequent gamblers cards at the casinos and sport books you’re playing, and accumulate points you can use toward discounted meals, shows and future lodging.
Finally, be sure to identify how much you can afford to lose, and walk away from the table when you reach that amount. It’s also a great idea to walk away when you’re winning because, in the long run, the odds always favor the house (those luxurious casinos would not have been built if most players came out ahead).
Yes, pre-planning can make your next trip to Las Vegas even more enjoyable.
For, when you exercise a little discipline and good judgment, what happened Vegas won’t necessarily have to stay in Vegas.