Friday, April 15, 2011

A 10-City Bike Tour Trip through Holland

Today I received an interesting announcement:  an opportunity for a couple of readers to potentially bike through Holland's towns and countryside. If you'd be interested in such a trip, please take a read below.  Sounds like it could be great fun, and a wonderful opportunity!  Here is the message...
For the first time ever, the Netherlands Board of Tourism and Conventions (NBTC)KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Schiphol) have created a 10-City Bike Tour of Holland using KLM’s iconic ceramic blue houses as inspiration for the trail! And now we’re on the search for two incredible duos to bike their way through Holland, serving as travel hosts and sharing their experiences online with our thousands of fans across the globe!

We’re looking for entries that showcase engaging on-air personalities, prove the team’s adept biking ability, and of course, demonstrates a passion for Holland! Audition videos can be uploaded and entered via Holland or KLM’s Facebook pages starting today through May 1, so to enter this unique trip of a lifetime, upload your audition video today!

We will announce the two winning biking teams and how readers can follow their adventures (and win special prizes just for watching!) in mid-May, so be on the lookout for a second announcement in a few weeks!

To enter or find out more info about this exciting contest, please go to either http://www.facebook.com/visitholland or http://www.facebook.com/KLMUSA.

Please feel free to pass this information on to others who might have interest. I hope some people will take the opportunity to look into this, as it sounds fascinating. Good luck!

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