USA Curling offers dream vacation to...Fargo? Ya, sure.


The USA Curling team will pick one lucky fan to experience a 5-day, 4-night "VIP" trip for two to North mid-November.

Still interested?

The winner of the "Most Creative FANS" contest will be flown to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and take a four-hour car ride to Fargo accompanied by 2010 Curling Olympian John Benton to watch the 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

"Just like Daytona in March, everyone knows that Fargo is the place to be in November," USA Curling chief operating officer Rick Patzke told USA TODAY.

That's not all.

The winner and guest will stay in the luxurious Holiday Inn Fargo, mingle with Olympic hopefuls and get a free photo opp with the famed woodchipper from the movie Fargo.

Want so badly to win this trip?

Entrants need to prove on video why they should be chosen to be the Most Creative Fan by showing a passion for Curling, Fargo and the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Click here for more details.

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