This February, San Antonio brings back the “Great American Date Night” with a whirlwind of romantic giveaways. For many, a date night has become a luxury that doesn’t fit into a busy life. San Antonio is setting the stage for couples to reconnect, rekindle and reawaken romance with all-inclusive dates in markets around the country as well as trips to romantic San Antonio
Beginning February 1, 2010, people throughout the United States can log on to www.romance.visitsanantonio.com and enter to win one of four fairy tale trips. The website will also offer an inspiring romance and relaxation section brimming with travel ideas, love stories, scenic San Antonio photos and love bites—recipes from local chefs.
In addition, various radio stations throughout Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles will offer contests for listeners to win an evening out hosted by the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau. Dates will include limo service, signature San Antonio yellow roses, dinner for two, Texas wine and even babysitting.
Considered one of the nation’s most passionate destinations, San Antonio is the ideal city to spur this amorous movement. Established in 1691, it has hosted centuries of love stories. Here, countless lovers have strolled the pathways of the River Walk, taken carriage rides through historic downtown and reveled in the splendor of Spanish colonial missions. Through the “Great American Date Night” promotion, even more couples will get the chance to savor the city and discover that San Antonio has hosted the most romantic of love stories—their own.
The romance begins February 1, 2010 at www.romance.visitsanantonio.com
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