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It’s the 30th of the month, and you know what that means – an HMA 30th Anniversary Contest!

This contest will be dedicated to “How I Spent My Summer Vacation.”

Below are 5 options – guess who did what on our Facebook Page and be entered to win some free Chik-fil-a! All correct answers will be entered to win – and will get a bonus entry if you also tell us how you spent your summer vacation.

Good Luck!

  • I cruised the Caribbean – and even did a Make-a-Wish walk on board
  • I headed up north where I wined and dined in the pines with folks from the NAU Athletics community
  • I trekked to Colorado for something very special – but can say what or who as it would give me away
  • I headed east to NYC, NJ and Connecticut – and was the life of the party everywhere I went
  • I went to Manhattan Beach and San Diego, rode my beach cruiser along the sand and drank margaritas

And remember - you must guess at our FACEBOOK PAGE to be entered!

Abbie S. Fink
Abbie S. Fink
Vice President/General Manager Abbie has been doing public relations her whole life…from organizing a picket line in 6th grade to organizing client communications today. She’s passionate about a lot of things, you’ll see. Check out Abbie's full bio


  1. I went on a Buzzcation with over 210 of my closest friends. Stayed at the Sheraton and ate in their wonderful restaurant, The District Kitchen. While I didn’t get an opportunity to sit by on the beach and tan, I did partake in a bunch of other fun activities while there. Oh, and I also found time to help out a great charity, KaBOOM.
    All in all, it was a relaxing time that will live in my memories for years to come. I have pics on my FB page too, in case you’re interested.

  2. Sue Kern-Fleischer says:

    With the exception of attending Buzzcation (and what a party that was!), my biggest thrill of the summer came in the mail: a 30-day free, trial membership to Costco. The journey there was well worth it, though navigating the aisles was sometimes an adventure. All in all, it made for quite an exciting summer.
    Happy 30th Anniversary!

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