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Horseshoe Casino gives away a car a day in February

Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is bringing another level of excitement to Northeast Ohio this month. From February 1 to February 28, one lucky Total Rewards member will head home each day with a brand new 2013 car as part of the $1,000,000 Car A Day Giveaway.

"No other casino in Ohio is hosting a giveaway this exciting. Our team at Horseshoe Casino is thrilled that we get to send a guest home with a brand new car every day in February," said Alison Fogarty, vice president of marketing at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland.

Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is partnering with local company Collection Auto Group to include high-end cars for every day of the giveaway.

"We are really excited about the prospect of showcasing the breadth of our brand offerings and thrilled to partner with Horseshoe Cleveland," said Bernie Moreno, president and owner of Collection Auto Group. "This will be a great tie in to the Cleveland Auto Show!"

Winners will be selected in daily drawings

Each night in February, 10 lucky guests will be winners. Nine guests will win $500 in free slot play and one lucky guest will win one of the eight different models available in the giveaway.

Drawings will be held between 6pm and 8pm each day during the $1,000,000 Car A Day Giveaway. Each winner will have the chance to select an envelope from a prize drum. The winners will open their envelopes to find out if they are winners of free slot play or the car. Guests must be present to win.

The lucky winners of the car will then draw to find out the exact make and model.

Monday through Thursday, guests will have the opportunity to win a VW Passat SEL, an Acura ILX, a Buick Verano or a GMC Terrain SLE.

Friday through Saturday, guests could win a Porsche Boxter, a Mercedes Benz SLK250, a Mercedes Benz SLK350 or an Infiniti JX35. All cars are the 2013 models.

How to enter the $1,000,000 Car A Day Giveaway

All Total Rewards members are eligible to be part of the Car A Day Giveaway. To enter the day's car drawing, guests simply swipe their Total Rewards card at a promotional kiosk between 2pm and 7:55pm.

All Total Rewards members get one free entry per day. Guests will receive one additional entry for every 50 Tier Credits they earn between 5am and 7:55pm each day.

Entries will not roll over day to day, and guests must swipe each day they wish to enter the drawing.

Joining Total Rewards is easy

Total Rewards is the guest loyalty program offered by Caesars Entertainment for all of its properties and membership is free. Guests can sign up for a Total Rewards card 24 hours a day at the Total Rewards Center at Horseshoe Casino. Participants must be 21 or older to sign-up for a Total Rewards membership.

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