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Winnebago and Land O’Frost celebrate National Parks

Winnebago and Land O’Frost celebrate National Parks

FOREST CITY, Iowa — Winnebago and Land O’Frost have teamed up for the “Celebrate a Century of U.S. National Parks” Game.

Contestants can participate by looking for specially-marked packages of Land O’Frost Premium lunchmeat for game pieces with special codes. They will then be asked to visit to submit a code for a chance to win.

The grand prize is a family trip for up to four people to Yellowstone National Park and the use of a Winnebago Minnie Winnie for 10 days.

“There are many great locations in the United States to travel in an RV, but undoubtedly some of the most scenic vistas come from national parks,” said Chad Reece, Winnebago director of marketing. “We are pleased to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the National Park System through this exciting promotion.”

Other possible game prizes include a View-Master set, Kids’ Nature Cat Binoculars/Maglite set, National Geographic National Parks Centennial book or a picnic basket.

“What a perfect fit to have Winnebago as a huge part of our grand prize for the Land O’Frost ‘Celebrate a Century of U.S. National Parks Game,’” said Linda Gawura, Land O’Frost consumer promotions manager. “Winnebagos are synonymous with national parks, and we can’t think of a better way to enjoy a national park than to be rolling along in a Winnebago!”

Additional information about the promotion can be found at, More information on the Minnie Winnie can be found at,

SOURCE: Winnebago Industries press release

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