June 24, 2018 — Smirnoff Ice Launches Contest to Win Five-Day July 4 Weekend
Has it dawned on you yet that the Fourth of July falls on Wednesday this year? That means back to work on Thursday and Friday. That’s a bummer, no two ways about it. But Smirnoff Ice declares they won’t stand for it! It is just plain un-American and they are going to do something about it.
So they are going to pay 100 people across America to have Thursday and Friday off.
Starting today, Smirnoff Ice Red, White & Berry is calling on people across America to exercise their undeniable right to patriotic fun by sounding off on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram about where they’d rather be than back at work following the mid-week holiday, because it’s SO obviously not the office. By commenting on the contest post on the @SmirnoffUS Facebook and Instagram pages, they will be entered for the chance to be paid by Smirnoff Ice for the time that is being taken off, allowing them to take July 5 and 6 off and celebrate all things ‘Merica the way she was meant to be celebrated.
The prize is $500, regardless of actual salary or employment status. You must be 21 or older to enter and winners will be selected randomly. The contest closes July 1. No purchase is necessary and the rules, which you need to read, can be found at www.SmirnoffIceForAmerica.com
Smirnoff Ice Red, White & Berry
Smirnoff Ice Red, White and Cherry is available in bottles and cans and ready to drink, no mixing required. A flavored malt beverage, it is 4.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) with a suggested retail price of $8.99 for a six-pack of 12 oz. cans, you can also grab Red, White & Berry in a 24 oz. bottle.
So, want a couple of extra days to chill and salute the red, white and blue with Red, White & Berry Ice? Enter now!
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