Relocate to a Better Life Sweepstakes Launched by Livability.com

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Livability.com launches sweepstakes to help people “relocate to a better life.” Challenging times have many people yearning for a fresh start. Given the choice, wouldn't it be great to start over in one of America's most livable cities? The editors at Livability.com, an online relocation portal, certainly think so. That's why they've created the Relocate to a Better Life Sweepstakes. Livability.com has selected five of the most livable cities in the country (Asheville,NC; Nashville, TN; Eugene, OR; Pueblo, CO; and Albuquerque, NM) and partnered with the Chambers of Commerce in each community to create the Relocate to a Better Life contest. Winners will find out first-hand what it might be like to move to some of the best places to live in America during a VIP trip to the city hosted by the chamber.

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Winners of the Livability.com's "Relocate to a Better Life" contest will get to experience what life is like in one of America's best places to live.

Challenging times have many people yearning for a fresh start. Given the choice, wouldn't it be great to start over in one of America's most livable cities? The editors at Livability.com, an online relocation portal, certainly think so. That's why they've created the Relocate to a Better Life Sweepstakes.

Livability.com has selected five of the most livable cities in the country and partnered with the Chambers of Commerce in each community to create the Relocate to a Better Life contest. People looking to ditch a rocky job for the Rocky Mountains—or move from a sub-par city to one with a great par-3—can visit Livablity.com to enter the contest. Winners will find out first-hand what it might be like to move to some of the best places to live in America.

While the winners will be chosen in a random drawing, entrants are invited to share their story (300 words or less) on why they’d like to “Relocate to a Better Life.” A selection of these compelling stories will be featured on Livability.com.

Five grand prize winners will each receive a three-day/two-night trip for two to one of the following cities:

Albuquerque, NM
Asheville, NC
Eugene, OR
Nashville, TN
Pueblo, CO

Contestants enter online by completing the entry form at http://www.livability.com/contest/relocate-better-life-sweepstakes/ and selecting the city they want a chance to visit.

Winners for each city will be treated to a VIP experience hosted by the local Chamber of Commerce. Each winner will receive transportation, hotel, a Frommer’s® travel guide, dinner from Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®, and additional prizes unique to each city—like tickets to local attractions, tours, complimentary meals at favorite restaurants and more. The trip will enable each winner to truly experience what it might be like to live in that city. Ten runners-ups will receive a free copy of Frommer’s 500 Extraordinary Islands guidebook.

Prizes for the contest are provided by: Livability.com, Frommers.com, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce, Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce.

Representatives from Livability.com are available for interviews. In-depth information about each community on the list can be found online at Livability.com.

Livability.com showcases America's best places to live providing an in-depth look at some of the most livable cities in North America. It's also a valuable resource for the moving audience. Content includes original photography, compelling articles and includes tips, advice and how-to info on how to help manage a move. Through their partnership with On Board Data, Livability provides a relocation audience with access to information about schools, business, real estate, population and community amenities allowing individuals to make the most informed moving decision possible.

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