This vacation rental company wants to provide you with free trips for the rest of your life


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The "Vacation You For Life" sweepstakes, which runs through November 30, will grant the lucky winner access to any Evolve vacation rental.

Vacationing is an important way to reset and explore the world, and one vacation rental company wants one lucky traveler to do so for the rest of their lives — for free.

Evolve, a rental and management company, has announced that one lucky winner will receive a free vacation worth up to $5,000 per year for the next 50 years. The "Vacation You For Life" sweepstakes, which is open until November 30, will grant the lucky traveler access to any Evolve vacation rental located across North America.

Evolve currently has over 20,000 properties in over 750 markets ranging from beach vacation rentals to ski getaways and coastal retreats.

"When you go on vacation, you become the carefree, fun-loving version of yourself.
That person is referred to as Vacation You "According to Brian Egan, co-founder and CEO of Evolve, in a statement provided to T+L. "Evolve's mission is to make vacation rental simple so that when you book and stay in any of our homes, you can be your best vacation self. We want more people to be a part of that evolution, so we're giving one lucky winner the chance to be a 'Vacation You' for life. A lifetime of travel is on us."

Travelers can enter the sweepstakes by signing up for Evolve emails or by following Evolve on Instagram and/or Twitter and posting a photo or video that "embodies your best vacation self — a silly selfie, a fun activity, or stunning scenery." Social media posts must be made public and include the hashtags "#VacationYou" and "#Sweepstakes," as well as tagging "@evolvevacationrental" on Instagram and "@EvolveVR" on Twitter.

Each traveler may enter the sweepstakes 10 times on each social media platform and once on the website.

Vacation rentals are becoming increasingly popular, thanks in part to amenities such as in-unit kitchens, and many are increasing in value.

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