Couples can win Grand Prize lifetime trip back to renew vows plus additional monthly prizes
Clark County continues to celebrate Five Million Love Stories as The Wedding Capital of the World launches Lucky in Love, a giveaway for couples who capture a kiss at eight iconic locations throughout Las Vegas. At each location, couples are encouraged to “capture a kiss” that showcases their love.
“It is the five million couples who chose to get married in Las Vegas that made us the Wedding Capital of the World,” said Clark County Clerk Lynn Marie Goya. “These lucky-in-love couples have a special place in our history.”
This giveaway isn’t limited to those married here, however. The contest is designed for all Las Vegas lovers. Whether a couple is dating, engaged or married, they can seal their love with a kiss at each of the eight Instagram-able locations. The locations map can be accessed through pass.fivemillionlovestories.com or through a QR code at each location throughout downtown and the world-famous Strip.
Couples may enter once per location for the chance to win a variety of prizes. The locations are:
- “Sweetheart” Mural by Jerry Misko at Office of the County Clerk/Marriage License Bureau
- “Married In Fabulous Las Vegas” sign at Chapel of the Flowers
- “LOVE” sculpture at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
- “The Wishing Tree” at The Grand Canal Shoppes in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
- “Future is Colorful” stairs at Fashion Show Las Vegas
- “The Fountains of Bellagio” at Bellagio Resort and Casino
- The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas
- “Venus de Medici” statue at Caesars Palace
“There are so many places in Las Vegas that are iconic backdrops for photos, proposals and weddings. We want to celebrate those couples that choose to come here and have them ‘capture a kiss’ with us,” said Donne Kerestik, Chief Executive Officer at Chapel of the Flowers, who was instrumental in creating the program.
To participate, couples must snap a photo of their kiss at each location and post it on their public Instagram1 account using the hashtag #LuckyInLoveLasVegas. Couples may enter up to eight times, once per location. Each submission will enter the couple into a giveaway to win the Grand Prize – a lifetime of Vow Renewals, including roundtrip airfare for two, hotel stay, dinner for two and a vow renewal2 package from Chapel of the Flowers. Additionally, 10 monthly prizes will also be awarded, including airfare from Allegiant Airlines, a two-night stay at Venetian Resort Las Vegas, dinner for two at The Bootlegger Las Vegas, a gift card to the Fashion Show Las Vegas, vow renewal at Chapel of the Flowers, a pair of rings from Michael E. Minden Jewelers, a gift card to Grand Canal Shoppes and a Signature Red Passport and Luggage Tag Set. For complete giveaway details, as well as all terms and conditions, please visit LuckyinLoveLasVegasGiveawayRules.com.
“Lucky in Love is such a fabulous addition to our Five Million Love Stories celebration. We are all about celebrating love, whether your love story starts here or is a stop along the way,” added Clerk Goya. “It’s all part of what makes us the Wedding Capital of the World and this is a great way to honor all of the couples that come to Clark County!
About the Marriage License Bureau
The Marriage License Bureau, a division of the Clark County Clerk’s Office, is in downtown Las Vegas at 201 E. Clark Avenue. The Bureau has issued more than 77,000 marriage licenses last year and is typically the busiest in the world. On average, more than 600 marriages take place on Valentine’s Day each year. Couples can find a directory of wedding services and vendors at WeddingChamber.Vegas, pass.fivemillionlovestories.com and VisitLasVegas.com/Weddings. The wedding industry is also an important component of the local tourism economy, as people coming to Clark County to attend a wedding or get married generate more than $2.5 billion in annual economic activity, including on lodging, entertainment, dining, and other non-gaming activities.
1Contest is limited to public Instagram accounts.
2Lifetime of Vow Renewals is one per consecutive year for 25 years, as long as the couple remains married.