CamContacts Offers Valentine's Day Promo

LOS ANGELES — CamContacts is giving away fan prizes as part of its four-day Valentine’s Promo, running Friday, Feb. 11 through Monday, Feb 14.

“It’s that time of the year again,” enthused a rep. “And with that a big chance to collect hearts and have a blast with your favorite CamContacts’ cam models. The Valentine's promo is already a classic that no one wants to miss.”

The special promo will feature a "Match Your Hearts Puzzle" game with $100,000 in prizes.

“It’s easy and fun,” the rep continued. “Viewers collect pieces and then attempt to ‘join’ their puzzle with that of their favorite cam models to win. On the most romantic day of the year, CamContacts provides the perfect venue to meet and connect with our best and sexiest chat hosts.”

The rep called CamContacts’ Valentine’s Day Event “a gift to our community by awarding everyone the possibility to have all kinds of fun while winning amazing prizes.”

For more information, visit CamContacts.com and follow them on Twitter.

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