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Uncommon Caribbean Launches “Martinique Magnifique” Sweepstakes

Uncommon Caribbean Launches “Martinique Magnifique” Sweepstakes

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – (June 1, 2011) – Uncommon Caribbean, a daily travel blog offering insider information on off-the-beaten-path travel to the Caribbean, has launched a new Martinique Magnifique Sweepstakes with a grand prize of two (2) round-trip tickets to Martinique via American Airlines/American Eagle.  The Martinique Magnifique Sweepstakes runs through June 27, 2011 and is open to residents of the United States and Canada, except where prohibited by law.  One (1) winner will be selected at random and announced on June 28, 2011.  To enter, visit www.uncommoncaribbean.com/magnifique.

From its initial launch on March 1, 2010, Uncommon Caribbean has become the fastest growing website strictly dedicated to Caribbean travel and culture.  The site reaches an estimated audience in excess of 35,000 readers per-month counting site traffic, content syndication and social media brand extension.

Uncommon Caribbean features a bright, crisp design with hints of a treasure map motif in line with the site’s mission to introduce readers to the Caribbean’s “undiscovered” charms.  New content is published daily covering unique experiential travel adventures undertaken by the site’s creators, Steve and Patrick Bennett.  The Bennett brothers, both natives of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, present a young, informed and distinctly West Indian perspective on a wide range of travel-related topics – cuisine and spirits, hotels, photography, adventure, attractions, events, etc. – to paint a one-of-a-kind picture of the Caribbean not found in traditional travel guides.

“The ‘uncommon’ Caribbean is the Caribbean where my brother and I grew up,” says Patrick.  “It’s authentic from a cultural perspective, but also adventurous, stylish and fun.”

Steve added: “People long for that Caribbean – the Caribbean the way it used to be – but mistakenly think it no longer exists.  We not only show that it’s still there, but also where to find it, and how best to enjoy it.  And we do it every single day.”

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