Li’l Woody’s Sends You Home For the Holidays (Contest)

“My Home, Seattle” Contest Starts Today— Winner Earns Roundtrip Ticket Home to Seattle for the Holidays

Li’l Woody’s wants to send you home to Seattle for the holidays. The “My Home, Seattle” contest starts today on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). Li’l Woody’s loves Seattle and wants to hear how much everyone else loves and misses it, too. One “My Home” story will be selected to win a roundtrip ticket home to Seattle along with other prizes.

“We know how much you love Seattle, because we love it too,” says Marcus Lalario, owner of Li’l Woody’s and renowned Seattleite. “So tell us what you love, and we’ll send you home to us for the holidays– on us.”

The contest runs from November 3- November 26, 2014. Share your story about your love of your hometown (Seattle) on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and be sure to hashtag #MyHomeSEA along with a @lilwoodys tag to qualify. Winner will win a roundtrip ticket to and from Sea Tac Airport. There are lots of other rules you can find here: http://lilwoodys.com/home-seattle-holiday-sweepstakes/.

“Seattle is an amazing city, and those of us who live here know how hard it is to be away from it during the holidays. We’re stoked about bringing someone home, and can’t wait to hear everyone’s stories,” adds Lalario.

About Li’l Woody’s:

Li’l Woody’s Burgers has two locations: Capitol Hill at 1211 Pine Street; and Ballard at 2040 NW Market Street. Both are neighborhood hot spots, for locals and visitors alike. Business hours are 11am-11pm Monday through Thursday and 11am-10pm Sundays in both locations; Ballard is open 11am-10pm on Friday and Saturday while Capitol Hill stays open until 3am on weekends. www.facebook.com/lilwoodysseattle. Li’l Woody’s loves Seattle, and is excited to be Home for the Holidays.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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