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TomTom Is Giving Away Road Trips Of A Lifetime

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One of the GPS industry’s biggest contenders, TomTom, has launched an online game, giving away road trips of a lifetime. There is something special about exploring the roads of gorgeous places with friends and family. One of the nation’s leading GPS navigation device manufacturers know how much their customers appreciate the open road.

 

The program is called TomTom Gives You More and prompts participants to help a character named Christopher unwrap the various prizes. There are mini games based on geography knowledge and different tools that can be upgraded and earned to help Christopher get through the wrapping paper. Entering to win is as easy as going to more.tomtom.com and playing the game. Currently, I’m waiting for Christopher to work his way out of a scotch tape predicament (if you play, you’ll know what I mean).

 

The prizes are quite impressive, including all-inclusive car rental, hotel accommodations and fuel expenses for 2 weeks along beautiful coastlines and landscapes on every continent. The prizes also include return flights for four people and 1,000 EU in spending money. Unfortunately, GPS navigation device enthusiasts who are also residents of Florida and New York are not eligible for this game.

 

One of the dream destinations is the Garden Route of South Africa. The two-week drive will begin in Cape Town and leisure 1,156 miles of unforgettable scenery, ending in Durban. The Asian distention is the Malaysian Roundabout. Winners will tour 1,225 miles of ancient temples, beautiful coastline and so much more. Another prize includes 1,435 miles of the gorgeous Australian Coastal Route. Other prize destinations include the 860-mile Grand Alpine Tour, California’s legendary 1,730-mile Pacific Coast Highway and the incredible 1,563-mile Ruta 40 in Argentina.

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