HMSHost and Coca-Cola launch holiday giveaways at US and Canadian airports

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Restaurateur HMSHost has partnered with Coca-Cola to hold multiple holiday giveaway events at various airports across the USA and Canada.

The HMSHost ‘Holiday Elves’ will be distributing gifts to randomly selected passengers for one week commencing on December 5, 2015. Gifts will include electronics, travel accessories, holiday collectibles, Coca-Cola beverages and free nights at any Four Points hotel around the world. In addition to these giveaway events, travelers are encouraged to share their experiences on social media using #HMSHostElf.

In addition to the holiday elves, travelers across North America will have the opportunity to enter the ‘Instant Stocking Stuffer Sweepstakes’, a text-to-win promotional campaign that will offer the chance to win a range of different gifts and prizes. To enter, travelers who make a purchase at a HMSHost restaurant within the USA and Canada can text the unique code found on their purchase receipt for a chance to win gift cards, as well as a grand prize of a round-trip airfare for two. The Instant Stocking Stuffer Sweepstakes will run from November 27 to December 31, 2015.

Atousa Ghoreichi, vice president of marketing, HMSHost, said, “We are engaging with travelers this holiday season to create memorable experiences through these pop-up events and our Instant Stocking Stuffer Sweepstakes. We are excited to bring these gifts of gratitude to our travelers as a part of our experiential marketing strategy that only HMSHost can deliver.”

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