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Win a Trip to Keystone for Mile High Mamas’ Halloween Picture Contest!

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Got Halloween cuties?

Your little BOOS could land you a two-night stay at SummitCove, a family-friendly condo rental company in Keystone. A runner-up will receive a copy of Moon Handbook’s Guide to Denver.

Simply download your favorite Halloween photos of your children, past or present. There is no limit to how many pictures you may enter.

The Grand Prize:
Cheri Reesburgh is an avid Mile High Mamas reader and manages SummitCove with her hubby. They currently have more than 100 condos in their rental pool and they encourage all their owners to cater their units to families. Before deciding on a unit, guests can view all amenities for each condo including whether it has a high chair, pack and play, children’s toys and proximity to a playground.

The Runner-up:
Moon Handbooks’ Guide to Denver was written by veteran journalist (and local mom) Mindy Sink who has written about the Mile High City for the New York Times and other well-known publications. Travelers and locals alike will learn about Denver’s sights, restaurants, hotels, shops, outdoor activities and day-trip excursions when they pick up a copy of Moon Denver. With color maps, unique trip strategies and the best attractions highlighted for each chapter, Moon Denver makes exploring Denver fun and easy. Visit to see the latest Moon Denver updates.

Submit your picture(s) here. You will be required to briefly login or sign-up. Contest deadline is November 6, 2009.

Last year’s winner: “Animal Abuse.”

(Last year's winner: "Animal Abuse")

Note: SummitCove stay is a $300 value and is good through February 28, 2010. Blackout dates: Nov. 25- 29, Dec. 23 – Jan 3, Jan 16 – 19 and Feb 13 – 17.

Amber Johnson
Author: Amber Johnson

Amber is the founder and editor of Mile High Mamas. She is a passionate community builder and loves the outdoors. She has two awesome teens and is happily married to a man obsessed with growing The Great Pumpkin.

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