posted on Feb, 5 2015 @ 01:20 AM
My son won this trip for him and a friend. He thought it was a scam, then decided to call. It's for real. After filling out some forms, and passing a
background check, he and his friend both received suitcases in the mail, and a prepaid visa to pay the baggage handlers at the airport. They were fed
on the way, and treated like royalty. When they arrived, after some snacks, they got their room. It was filled with free prizes. He got a pair of nice
boots, a stetson, a leather coat, a windbreaker, a top-of-the-line digital camera, t-shirt, ball cap, gobs of other various odds and ends, plus cigs
for the 5 days. They were fed the most delicious food they could imagine, all they wanted, free, plus alcoholic beverages, unlimited. They got to
choose between lots of different activities for daytime fun, (white water rafting, fly fishing, cattle roping, off-road, and more I forgot) and in the
evening they hung out at the saloon, where they were entertained with live music. The people serving them, in all areas, were the nicest people. He
spent some time just wandering around the area on his own, exploring. They both had the time of their live and never spent a dime from the time they
left till they got back. Afterwards, he got a check for $2000, to cover the taxes. Every detail was covered!
We had a good laugh when he got the invite to "Crazy Mountain", and joked about it for a few days. I kept reading the mail, searching for that fine
print we were sure HAD to be there somewhere, but it was all legit. They told him when he made the call, they send out millions of these free trips
each year, but most people think it's a scam of some kind, and don't call. It's purely to show appreciation to their devoted customers. So go to
their website and sign up! Once you are on the mailing list, they send you free gifts periodically. He got an E-cig kit a while back. About the time
he ran out of filters, new filters arrived for them. Ash trays, lighters, lots of coupons. Lots of trees die to provide the mailings they send though.
Big heavy, glossy, poster-like fold-outs that house the coupons. But other than the excessive paper usage, no complaints.
No activities were forced on them. They chose if and what they wanted to do.