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Take a Quite break Sweepstakes

Bosch home appliances, long recognized as the quietest dishwasher brand, has partnered with the Jamaica Tourist Board, Delta Vacations and the Palladium Hotels & Resorts to launch the Bosch Dishwasher Review Sweepstakes, giving one lucky winner the opportunity to leave the dishes behind and embark on a four-night  beach getaway for two at the Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

From now until January 31, 2014, Bosch dishwasher owners can enter the sweepstakes by writing an online review about their dishwasher on the Bosch home appliances U.S. website at www.bosch-home.com/us.


The sweepstakes will award one randomly selected winner with a trip for two to Jamaica’s breathtaking northern coast, including accommodations at the five-star Grand Palladium Resort, and roundtrip airfare courtesy of Delta Vacations, offering great deals on air and hotel packages to Jamaica. While in Jamaica, the pair can relax and unwind at the Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness, enjoy fine dining at any of the resort’s seven onsite restaurants and splash in the largest pool in Jamaica.

Named the quietest dishwasher brand in North America, Bosch dishwashers offer unprecedented convenience and flexibility in its all-new dishwasher line, available now. The new line features include four new sleek European design options, increased loading area with the introduction of a third rack on more models than ever before and an even quieter dishwasher achieving an industry best 38 dBA performance in normal operation.

“There is no better way to thank our loyal Bosch dishwasher owners than with a trip to Jamaica,” said Bosch Brand Manager Micaela Shaw. “Our customers know that Bosch dishwashers bring peace and tranquility to the kitchen, and we are excited to offer them an even more relaxing experience outside the home—an island getaway—through this sweepstakes.” 

To learn more about the sweepstakes and the all-new Bosch dishwasher line, visit www.bosch-home.com/us, like Bosch on Facebook.com/BoschAppliances or follow them on Twitter, @BoschAppliances.

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