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Here’s how to enter to win a free trip to the Margaritaville Resort

Here’s how to enter to win a free trip to the Margaritaville Resort
Posted at 6:14 AM, Aug 06, 2019

Shark Week took place last week on the Discovery Channel and is now over, but fans can still keep that exploratory spirit alive.

That’s because LandShark Lager, the island-style brew, wants to give people a real-life shark experience and a wonderful tropical vacation all in one.

Right now, LandShark is offering up an all inclusive trip to Margaritaville Resort in Hollywood, Florida. The grand prize package includes two days with all expenses paid at the Jimmy Buffet-themed resort as well as a real shark dive.

Yep, you heard that right — with the Landshark Shark Dive Getaway Sweepstakes, you can swim with actual sharks and not just admire them through your TV screen.


That’s not all. LandShark will also fly the winners (six total; each can bring along a friend) out and put them up in a VIP suite. The company says this trip is tailor-made for adrenaline junkies, sun chasers, and shark aficionados alike.

“We created an opportunity to bring fans of our island-style lager to our spiritual home in Margaritaville and experience the island life for themselves with the Shark Dive sweepstakes,” Derek Mauk, senior brand director of Anheuser-Busch, shared in a statement.

Entering is as easy as opening up a cold LandShark Lager. All you have to do to enter is text SHARK to 78896 for your very own chance to win. The sweepstakes is open to fans who are 21 and over (naturally, because it is a beer brand-sponsored event). You have until August 24 to enter and the trip will take place September 12-14.

Margaritaville Brewing Co.

You can also visit the Landshark web page and fill in your information here.

LandShark is partnering with Shark Angels, a shark conservation and awareness group, to educate people on the biggest issues sharks face and what’s going on in their ecosystems today. LandShark announced in its statement that it is donating money to the organization and adopting 100 sharks.

Come on in — the water is fine, folks!

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