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04/18/2013

Get Out! Enter to Win a Trip to Hawaii

Lanai HawaiiWhat better way to celebrate Mother Earth, than to spend some time appreciating all the beauty that she has to offer. Picture yourself walking along sandy white beaches, watching sunsets from a sea cliff view, kayaking over crystal blue waves, or snorkeling with some of the world's most exquisite aquatic life. Yes, this could be you! If you're our sweepstakes winner, a trip to Lanai, Hawaii won't be the stuff of dreams.

As part of our Get Out! Earth Day campaign, The Sierra Club is hosting a Getaway Sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip for two to the breathtaking islands of Hawaii. Winners will be awarded a five-night stay at the Four Season Resort Lanai at Manele Bay, which is just about as close to paradise as it gets.

And trust us, packing won't be a problem. The grand prize also includes a $500 shopping spree at Gramicci.com, where you can stock up on some free spirited, uber comfortable outdoor attire to keep you styling throughout your stay.

The runner up will be awarded $100 in Kiss My Face's natural, effective and cruelty-free personal care products, as well as $100 in products from Sawyer, the leader in protection against sun, bugs, water and injuries.

Ready to make this trip to paradise happen? Enter your name and email address and you could be on your way to winning the vacation of a lifetime!

--image by istockphoto/SDbT

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