PHOTOS: Sausages Spotted at Carnival Days; Have YOU Spotted Any Yet?


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After wrapping up at Thursday’s Burien Farmers Market, we happened to walk through Discover Burien’s Carnival Days (which runs through Sunday) and discovered something unusual – two Brats were trotting around (click images to see larger versions):

The Burien Brat Trot, (coming Sunday, Oct. 7; we’re a Sponsor) “Spot the Sausage” game, which runs through Oct. 4, is like a scavenger hunt, only this one involves 20 little toy hot dogs placed around town, along with YOU finding them, taking photos and using Facebook.

Now why would anyone spend their time looking for toy hot dogs?

So you can win TWO (2) round trip tickets anywhere Alaska Airlines flies, that’s why!

To play, simply create an account on this Facebook Page, then walk around town, spot the sausages and submit your photographic evidence from the locations you visited via your computer or mobile phone.

What do you need to play?
Comfortable walking shoes are a must! Other than that, a camera or cell phone with a camera to take a picture showing us your evidence and an active imagination are all you’ll need to play the game and have fun!

What’s next?
Game instructions, including the game zone and a few clues to get you started will be emailed to you by September 19th to the email address you gave us during registration. If you need to change your email address, you can do that online.

Here are the details:

WHAT: “Spot the Sausage” scavenger hunt for a chance to win two tickets to anywhere Alaska Airlines.

“Find as many sausages as you can hidden around Olde Burien and along 152nd Street. There is no pressure to find all the sausages in one day! You’ll have 2 full weeks to hunt them down.”

WHEN: The game continues to Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012.

INFO: Teams can be made up of one person, 2 people or 20 – but the prize is TWO (2) round trip tickets on Alaska Airlines.*

Questions? send an email to [email protected] or ask it on Facebook.

*FINE PRINT: US residents are responsible for declaring raffle prizes as miscellaneous income to the IRS. Winners might also be responsible for state taxes, port taxes, airport taxes or other. Voice where prohibited. Other restrictions may apply.

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