We love to travel, especially when good food is involved. Well, next month we are headed to beautiful Oregon to attend Feast Portland, a celebration of food, drink, and Oregon’s bounty. We are very excited!
And good news Travel Oregon is going to give you and a friend a once in a life time opportunity to visit Oregon and attend Feast Portland too! You can enter to win the “Trails to Feast” trip to Oregon, a culinary trip of a lifetime.
What is the “Trails to Feast” Trip? An amazing nine day culinary excursion in Oregon from September 20-29, 2012. The trip includes:
- A round trip flight to Oregon on Alaska Airlines for two
- 3 days and nights of VIP treatment at the Feast Portland Food Festival
- Luxurious accommodations in the Willamette Valley, the Oregon Coast and Southern Oregon with lots of eating, drinking and exploring
To enter to win, visit Travel Oregon’s Facebook page and complete the entry form. It’s that simple.
The Sweepstakes start July 24 at 9:00 am PDT and will end at 10:00 pm PDT on August 26, 2012.
Wait, there’s more! Alaska Airlines is providing discounted travel to Feast Portland for ALL sweeps entrants! After entering the sweepstakes, you will receive a 20 percent discount on select fares on Alaska/Horizon flights to Portland. Travel must take place between 9/17/12 and 9/27/12 and be booked by 8/26/12. Valid for travel Monday-Thursday and Saturday.
Now, we need your help. Before we attend Feast Portland we are going to travel our way around Oregon. We are thinking about starting in Bend, working our way to the Oregon coast, and finishing in Portland. What should we do, see, and eat? We are planning our itinerary right now, and would love to hear your Oregon recommendations. From what we’ve researched so far, we can’t go wrong. What a gorgeous state!
We can’t wait for our Oregon adventure! Please share your recommendations in the comments below! Thanks so much!
Now, go enter to win the “Trails to Feast” trip to Oregon! Good luck!
This post was sponsored by Travel Oregon and Alaska Airlines, but our opinions are our own. Photos for this post were also provided by Travel Oregon.