Cider Company Giving Away an Itsy Bitsy House

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Cider Company Giving Away an Itsy Bitsy House

Portland Oregon’s, Square Mile Cider Company is giving away a tiny house in a sweepstakes that will run from now to the end of April 2017. The house – from Northwest-based Tiny Mountain Houses – is the “Little Tahoma Peak” model, which is a modern, 210-square-foot home with a full bathroom, kitchen, and a loft with room for a queen-sized bed.

“Square Mile Cider Company was inspired by the original pioneers of the Pacific Northwest, who traveled the Oregon Trail to claim their square mile of land and build their new home from scratch. The increase in the popularity of tiny homes captures some of that spirit, and we thought this giveaway would be a great way to share our brand with others,” said Square Mile Cider Co. Brand Manager Steven Hallstone.

If you’re in Stumptown, the house will be on display from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. on October 26, 2016, at Pioneer Courthouse Square. Square Mile Cider will be pouring samples of their award-winning ciders, and interested folks can enter the sweepstakes on site.

Here’s the tiny house.
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The contest is open from now to April 30, 2017, to legal residents of the United States currently living in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, or Washington, who are at least 21 years old at the time of entry. For more about Square Mile or Tiny Mountain Homes, visit the contest page at Square Mile Cider