Vrbo Celebrates 25th Anniversary by Giving Away 25 Stays in Epic Vacation Homes
October 5, 2020 Jim Byers
A night in a 727 jet in the Costa Rican jungle. Or maybe your own private island.
To commemorate 25 years since it pioneered the online vacation rental business, Vrbo® is giving away 25 stays at some of its all-time favourite vacation homes. Vrbo selected 25 of its most iconic, highest-rated vacation homes, cabins, condos (and castles!) as options for contest winners to choose from.
The list includes properties in Whistler, B.C. and Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.
To enter, participants just need to share a family vacation photo on Instagram or Facebook using #VrboTurns25. Vrbo will select winners who will get to choose a vacation home stay from Vrbo’s collection of all-time favorites.
“We wanted to recognize and show gratitude to our customers who have trusted Vrbo with their family vacations over the past 25 years. To celebrate this milestone, we are inviting families to look back through their old family photos to reminisce on their most precious memories together,” said Lish Kennedy, Vrbo’s VP of global brand marketing. “We’re giving away 25 stays in some truly over-the-top Vrbos to our favorite entrants – so share any throwback vacation photo that warms your heart, makes you laugh, smile or even shed a happy tear.”
Whether winners want to head to the beach, the mountains, the lake or the jungle – Vrbo selected a variety of vacation homes in different destinations that they can enjoy with their families. These are the Vrbos that travellers have liked, pinned, shared, commented on, and dreamed about.
Here are some unique picks that winners will be able to choose from.
Vrbo chose additional vacation homes that scream sun, ski or sand that can be found here on this Trip Board.
For more full contest rules, visit https://vrbo.com/VrboTurns25.
About the Author
Jim Byers was travel editor for five years at the Toronto Star, which has the largest travel section in North America. “Canada’s Travel Guy” is a sought-after expert in the industry and has recently published his first e-book “Ontario Escapes, 19: Places to Visit Right Now.” Jim also serves as Senior Editorial Director for TravelPulse Canada.