Macerich to give away $15,000 over the holidays


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Posted Online: Nov. 19, 2012, 12:32 pm
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Press release submitted by Macerich



WHAT: Naughty or nice – your choice can pay off this holiday with NorthPark and SouthPark Malls.

We invite our shoppers to enjoy more than 250 stores and restaurants and also enter for a chance to win our Holiday Sweepstakes. One lucky winner will win the Grand Prize of a $10,000 Mall Gift Card, and many will become instant winners with $10 Mall Gift Cards.

Shoppers can enter to win on-mall or online. Upon entering via a mobile device, shoppers will be asked to join a team – either "Team Naughty" or "Team Nice", and have the chance to play an instant win game for a $10 Mall Gift Card. We encourage everyone to create a "Naughty" or "Nice" eCard to share on Facebook to invite friends to join their sweepstakes team.

The winner will be announced after January 4, 2013.


WHEN: Starting November 15 – December 24


WHERE: NorthPark Mall
Enter to win at JC Penney Court and Von Maur Court
Parking available at either Von Maur or JC Penney

SouthPark Mall
Enter to win at Dillards Court and Younkers Court
Parking available at either Younkers or Dillards



















 



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