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C Lazy U Instagram Contest Begins!

Have you spotted the winning photo from the 2013 C Lazy U Instagram contest hanging above the fireplace at C Lazy U’s Outfitter’s Cabin? Ranch regular John Kim and family won last year’s competition with the heart-warming snapshot of father and son fishing at C Lazy U Ranch. The Kim family won a two night stay at the Ranch as well as a printed canvas copy of their winning photo.

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With spring quickly approaching, our 2014 C Lazy U Ranch Instagram contest is starting to ramp up, and we want you and your family to join in on the fun! Simply follow us on Instagram (@CLazyURanch), and share your #myclazyuvacation photo, and tag @CLazyURanch, for a chance to win a two night stay and a canvas print of your shot. The winning photo will also be displayed at the Ranch! Contest runs through October 31, 2014.

The lucky winner’s two night stay at C Lazy U will be valid November 1, 2014- April 15, 2015. Black out dates include Christmas, New Years and President’s Day weekends. Winner’s prize is non-transferable.

We will be picking photos to spotlight weekly, so be sure to check our Facebook page regularly to see if your photo is chosen to cash in on some bragging rights!

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