“Villa Campestri: 20 years in one click” Photo Contest: Alex Moss is the winner!

It’s with great pleasure that we announce the winner of the “Villa Campestri: 20 years in one click” Photo Contest: with its 401 “I Like” on Facebook at 00.01 on 15 December 2011, Alex Mossis the winner!Alex has won a stay of two nights for two people at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort during 2012 season, which begins March 23rd 2012.

33 photos have been participating in the Contest, organized to celebrate 20 years of Villa Campestri.

The shots, published in a special album on our Facebook page, had tons of “I Like”. Among the Top Rated, after Alex, is the photo by Fausto Battiston, with 272 “I Like”, followed by Stefano Guastalegname with 46 “I Like” and Sergio Labbate with 37 “I Like”. The album with the photos will remain on our Facebook page: if you have not yet seen it, we suggest you do now!

The Photo Contest, which took place from June to December, was the best way to celebrate 20 years of Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort activity: Thanks to all who participated and especially to all of you who continue every year to show your preference!

Stay tuned because we are already planning lots of activity for 2012!

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