Hyatt Resorts Searches For A Kid Journalist To Go 'On Assignment'
Has your child always dreamed of being a journalist? If so, Hyatt Resorts may be offering the perfect opportunity for your son or daughter to become a reporter for Camp Hyatt. Hyatt Resorts is currently searching for a kid journalist to go 'On Assignment' and report his/her experiences on www.camphyatt.com. Kids ages six to 12 can enter this new promotion to win a trip to a Hyatt Resort and report on their Camp Hyatt travel experiences.
Between now and September 4, 2009, children ages six to 12 can visit www.camphyattonassignment.com and their parent or legal guardian can upload the child's original one- to two-minute video describing why the child is the perfect Camp Hyatt reporter, which Hyatt Resort location and Camp Hyatt activities they would enjoy most and why. No purchase is required to enter. One grand prize winner with the most creative and entertaining video will win a 6-day/5-night trip for them and three guests to enjoy authentic hospitality at a Hyatt Resort of their choice in the US or Caribbean and experience a week of Camp Hyatt.
Camp Hyatt offers children, aged three to 12, fun and culturally authentic activities at participating Hyatt Resorts in North America. In addition to the indigenous atmosphere each Hyatt Resort offers, Camp Hyatt features exclusive National Geographic Kids' activities adapted to each participating resort location, with a focus on teaching kids about animals, culture, recycling, and water in ways that are fun, interactive, and age appropriate. No two Camp Hyatt programs are the same, with each offering an authentic sense of place with experiences inspired by the cultural traditions and natural environment of each Hyatt Resort. For additional information, including the complete terms and conditions of the contest, visit www.camphyattonassignment.com.