How will you keep your goggle tan this summer? Win a trip to Valle Nevado, Chile, from Ski.com

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(Press Release)

Aspen, Colo. – May 13 – Ski.com announced today the launch of a photo contest that’s sure to catch the eyes of skiers and snowboarders interested in extending their season in the Andes this summer. To help one lucky winner keep the #goggletan they worked so hard on over the past winter, Ski.com is giving one lucky winner a vacation in Valle Nevado, Chile and gear from POC.

To enter, participants should first take a photo of themselves or others doing what it takes to keep their #goggletan this summer. This could include lying on the beach, mowing the lawn, playing volleyball or hanging out on a boat – while wearing a pair of goggles. To submit the photo, participants can post it to their Instagram account using #goggletan and tagging @skicom and then visit Ski.com’s Facebook Page, click on the Photo Contest tab and fill out the form, including adding the name of the Instagram account that posted the photo. For users who don’t use Instagram, photos may also be uploaded from within the Page’s Photo Contest application.

Participants can submit photos from now until June 16, 2013. A panel of judges from Ski.com will then select their top 21 photos to become finalists. From June 17, 2013 to July 1, 2013, everyone is invited back to Ski.com’s Facebook Page to vote for their favorite photo from the list of finalists. The photo receiving the most votes will win the grand prize of a seven-night stay at Valle Nevado’s Hotel Puerta del Sol, lift tickets for Valle Nevado, El Colorado and La Parva, breakfast and dinner daily, a pair of POC Lobes goggles and a POC Fornix helmet. The four runners up will also receive Lobes goggles from POC.

Winners will be announced in the July 2, 2013 Ski.com Inside Track eNewsletter.

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