Chimney Park Touts $100K Seniors Stay Free Promotion
Chimney Park RV Resort in Mission, Texas, is giving away up to $100,000 worth of free night’s stays to senior citizens (55+ years) during its Seniors Stay Free promotion.
This promotion is notable because it is the first exclusive offer of its kind on Facebook that focuses on seniors citizens, the Digital Journal reported. Senior citizens who visit the Chimney Park RV Resort fan page (http://facebook.com/ChimneyPark) and click the “like” button, will receive a coupon for a free night’s stay at the RV park.
Known as one of the “Friendliest and Most Beautiful RV parks in South Texas,” Chimney Park is also one of the most innovative. It was one of the first RV parks to provide free Wi-Fi (wireless Internet access) to its guests and now is going one step further to attract Internet savvy seniors.
Wallena Haynes, park manager, says, “We began testing the campaign on April 15, and because of the success of the trial have decided to expand the promotion. We’ve increased our budget to a total of $100,000 worth of free night’s stays to be given away.”
There are no “blackout dates,” and free night stays can even be redeemed on holidays such as the 4th of July, Labor Day, and Veteran’s Day. Free night stays must be redeemed by Nov. 11, 2011.
Chimney Park RV Resort is a full service Texas RV park located on the banks of a beautiful pristine river. Facilities include a boat ramp, recreation hall, swimming pool, jacuzzi, and shuffleboard courts. On-site activities include fishing, boating, and kayaking, and other attractions such as the World Birding Center, Bentsen State Park, and numerous golf courses and restaurants are just minutes away. The park’s chimney has been designated as a landmark by the Texas Historical Commission and is one of the many interesting features of the beautiful Rio Grande Valley. More than just a quaint and quiet campground, Chimney Park RV Resort is a popular destination for RV Rally groups as well as snowbirds or “Winter Texans” and is also home to many year-round residents.