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"Cities and State-ments" Giveaway
Every month during 2014, we will be featuring a city and/or state in which there is a GuestHouse Inn or Settle Inn property and something prominent about that place. Along with a little knowledge, we will also be giving away giftcards that pertain to the featured city/state for that particular month! 
This month, with summer ending and school beginning, we’re going to focus on knowledge and giving you a little of your own. Did you know that in Iowa, besides our three Settle Inn properties, there are two colleges that have claim to historical significance? Iowa State University is the oldest land grant college in the United States, an institution of higher education in the United States designated by a state to receive the benefits of the Morrill Acts. Cornell College, located in Mt. Vernon, IA, is the only one of two colleges with their entire campus listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. You might learn a bit about the works of Ernest Hemingway in these colleges, which brings us to our next state of the month - Idaho. Hemingway wrote his famous For Whom The Bell Tolls in Sun Valley before he moved to Ketchum, where his memorial is today, as are six of our GuestHouse properties!
  Enter now for your chance to win a $100 Barnes and Noble giftcard and brush up on your reading! 
 Cities and State-ments Giveaway Rules:
  • CLICK HERE to fill out a quick survey to enter. 
  • Entries must be received between September 1st and September 30th.
  • One lucky person will be chosen to win a $100 Barnes and Noble giftcard
  • Winner will be chosen the first week in September
CLICK HERE to see a full list of GuestHouse International Specials and Giveaways.

*Winner must be willing to provide us with their mailing information to receive the grand prize. Winner must respond within 48 hours to claim prize. Prize restrictions may apply. In the event of a tie a drawing will be held. Rates vary by location. Gas station will be determined by location of winner.