Get your very own 15 seconds of fame with the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center’s Almost Famous Project



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“Get your very own 15 seconds of fame with the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center’s Almost Famous Project”

Ogden, Utah, August 14th 2012 - Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center has launched the Almost Famous Project that is all about putting You in the spotlight. Just answer a few travel related questions and be featured on the internationally famous National Geographic Visitor Center website!

This is a great opportunity to share your travel story and gain a permanent link on the Nat Geo Grand Canyon blog as an Almost Famous author, inclusion in newsletters, image inclusion in contests, sweepstakes, social media promotion and a chance to share this fame with your family and friends.
The questions are really simple and fun to answer -“What is travel to you in one word?” and “What are five things your backpack to the Canyon must contain?” The Almost Famous Project acts as your personal whiteboard to, reach out to countless travelers who are waiting to be inspired to take that next big trip. The entries have already started rolling in. Meet Adriana Vecc, Mike Krebs, Elaine Tremblay, Robin Timmons and more as they give you some incredible insights into their personal travel bubble.
The Visitor Center’s successful social media campaign, especially on Twitter has been tremendously useful in targeting recent Grand Canyon visitors. By further capitalizing on Twitter and other social media, the Visitor Center hopes to increase project awareness by reaching out to a wider base of interested travelers.
Almost Famous Details:

The Almost Famous project is open to all. To enter answer at least eight of eleven simple questions in this short questionnaire. You may upload up to four photos documenting your travel. You must be the original photographer. Photographs will not be used for commercial gain.

About National Geographic Visitor Center:

National Geographic Visitor Center includes convenient services such as Grand Canyon National Park Pass sales, information and tour reservations, free Canyon maps, National Geographic store, photo galleries, Arizona Office of Tourism, Explorer’s Café featuring Pizza Hut Express & more.

Located on Highway 64, one mile south of the South Rim Entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. For more information call 928-638-2468 or visit www.explorethecanyon.com
Contact:

Destination Cinema



National Geographic Visitor Center
Tia Jones, 323-702-7726
Marketing & PR

tjones@destinationcinema.com



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