Ventura, California – Sunday Drive, a location based application for iPhone detailing scenic and historic routes across the U.S., is announcing the 2nd annual Candy Cane Lanes Challenge with an exciting reward for the scout that finds the best display. During their stay at The Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay, the winner gets to enjoy ‘The Ultimate Sunday Drive’ via an exclusive VIP test drive in Tesla Motors’ amazing all-electric roadster.
The Ritz-Carlton’s award-winning Sunday Brunch is also included in this prize. After brunch, the winner is invited to cruise the hotel’s ‘Signature Drive’, which winds from the rugged beauty of California’s world-famous Highway 1 and through quaint coastal villages before ascending to the scenery and serenity of the Santa Cruz Mountains’ towering redwoods.
Jason Scott, CEO, stated “people take a lot of pride in decorating their homes during the holidays, we wanted to create a challenge to recognize the most brilliant displays. Location based software and social networking are ideal and fun ways to find the best neighborhood light display in America”. He added, “part of the goal for Sunday Drive is to encourage communities and families to spend more time together. Traveling to the best local light displays is a traditional and nostalgic way for people to do that”.
To enter, users simply travel to their favorite holiday light display, record the route using Sunday Drive’s free mobile software, and they are automatically entered to win. Photos from the route will be posted on the Sunday Drive Facebook page, and the winner will be determined by the route that earns the most ‘likes’.
The Candy Cane Lanes challenge runs through the entire month of December. Winner will be announced when the ball drops in New York on 2011. For official rules and restrictions, please visit the Sunday Drive website.
Founded in 2009 in Ventura, California, Sunday Drive, LLC is a new media company which offers a free app highlighting secret spots and hidden gems along the best roads in America. Sunday Drive has developed a location-based road-trip app that provides users with map-based scenic and educational drives, as well as information about the entertaining, historical, and/or educational points of interest that line those routes. Copyright (C) 2010 Sunday Drive, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.