"Nurses work long, exhausting shifts. They use all of their energy to take care of those around them," says Mike McCormick, VP of California Casualty. "The You Deserve a Break sweepstakes is our way to say 'Thank you, and we appreciate you"
San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
California Casualty, which provides auto and home insurance to educators, law enforcement personnel, firefighters and nurses, announces a sweepstakes to recognize and reward nurses for their hard work, dedication, and importance to the health of the nation (http://go.calcas.com/relax).
The "Give a Nurse a Break" sweepstakes can be entered by any qualified nurse living in the 50 states or the District of Columbia, with a grand prize of a trip for four to the world-famous "Chocolate Spa" at The Hotel Hershey in Pennsylvania. The grand prize includes transportation as well as hotel accommodations and meals for three days and two nights, along with a full day of pampering at the Chocolate Spa.
Because of a shortage of nurses, many American nurses are working extra-long shifts with frequent overtime, leaving precious little time for a vacation. California Casualty hopes to change that for at least four lucky winners by sending them on a luxurious spa weekend they will never forget.
"Nurses work long, exhausting shifts. They use all of their energy to take care of those around them," says Mike McCormick, Vice President of California Casualty. "The You Deserve a Break sweepstakes is our way to say 'Thank you, and we appreciate you' to nurses across the country."
To enter the "You Deserve a Break" sweepstakes, nurses can simply visit http://go.calcas.com/relax between May 1 and August 31. No purchase is required.
For media inquiries, please contact Marty Fahncke at FawnKey and Associates at 1-888-643-8215 or pr(at)fawnkey(dot)com.
About California Casualty
California Casualty is a 98-year-old policyholder-owned company headquartered in San Mateo, CA with service centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas. More information about its auto and home insurance for firefighters, peace officers, educators and nurses can be found at http://www.calcas.com.