We want to take you Home for the Holidays!

| Posted by juliana for Sutter Home

The Holiday season is the one time we all wish we could spend together. We want to be with our family, our friends, and all of those who are very near and dear to our hearts. Well, we know how hard it can be to make that happen sometimes. With gifts, travel, food, and more, the holiday season can sometimes be rough.

We want to give you the chance to make your 2011 holidays even merrier and brighter by sending you home for the holidays. It’s easy, just enter here: http://promo.tfewines.com/shh2010

One lucky winner will find themselves with a gift card for $2,500 for plane tickets, bus fare, car rental, train tickets, and anything else you might need to get home in time to be surrounded by the ones you love. And if you’re lucky enough to live close enough to all of them, then go ahead and splurge on gifts they’ve all been wishing for.

We might not be Santa Claus, but it’s almost as good.

How will you make your holidays merrier with $2,500?

Comments

Submitted by Calvin Johnston on

I would like for my cousin, Rita Naber, and her neice, to come to our home for the holidays. Her sister, Rosa Lee, with whom she lived, died recently, and Rita is the sole guardian of her neice, Dani, whom both sisters had raised since Dani's mother died early in her life from severe diabetes. Rita is retired and on social security and is unable to afford to travel and is struggling to support the two of them.

Submitted by Dottie Hermanson on

I would love for my son to come home for Xmas in 2011. He works for Copper Mountain out in Colorado and that is peak ski season there. The last time he was home for Xmas was about 4-5 years ago. And before that close to 10 years. It would be especially nice if I could pay for his ticket and any expenses he would incur. Thanks much for sponsoring this sweepstake.

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