U-Haul SuperGraphics Launches

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First-Ever Online Easter Egg Hunt Contest Using Pinterest

PHOENIX (March 7, 2012) /PRNewswire/ — U-Haul SuperGraphics is launching its first-ever online Easter Egg Hunt Contest using Pinterest. Starting today, and running through March 31, 2012, participants will be able to participate in the contest by visiting U-Haul SuperGraphics social media websites by searching for “SuperGraphics” on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Tumblr.

This educational contest will highlight the little known facts about states and provinces that are featured in U-Haul SuperGraphics (which are the images on the sides of U-Haul trucks). Each day a question and a clue will be sent out to fans and followers of U-Haul SuperGraphics social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Tumblr.

The question will lead the participant to the Pinterest Board in which participants will search for the pinned image that contains a clue to the answer. Entrants may enter the U-Haul SuperGraphics Easter Egg Contest by submitting the answer to the question by email only to sammyu@uhaul.com.

The first five contestants with the correct answers received will win a prize. The prize will be announced daily with the question. All contest participants submitting a correct answer for the day will be entered into a grand prize drawing taking place on April 1, 2012. The grand prize will be “The Ultimate U-Haul Easter Basket,” which includes lots of candy and a $500 Visa Gift Card.

For more information about how to participate, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Tumblr. Read the full contest rules on Uhaul.com.

About U-Haul SuperGraphics

U-Haul has been decorating its moving trucks with vibrant images featuring distinctive features of U.S. states and Canadian provinces since 1988, with the launch of the “America’s Moving Adventure” and “Canada’s Moving Adventure” U-Haul SuperGraphics Campaigns. The newest SuperGraphics are part of the “Venture Across America” Campaign that highlights little-known facts about North America. Nearly 200 different images have been created since the SuperGraphics Program began. They can be viewed online at uhaul.com/supergraphics.