By completing the tier requirements outlined below, you’ll earn access to exclusive LH Pour Tour prizes available only to committed passport users. Not only do you get prizes, you get options.
If you've already started the last Passport and have yet to finish, you still have time. We eliminated the deadline, and you can still earn all of the original prizes. Simply finish that program first, then begin Pour Tour 2.0.
Pour Tour 2.0 Prizes
LH Pour Tour shot glass or wine cork
New LH Pour Tour branded T-shirt
LH Pour Tour branded insulated cooler or picnic basket cooler
38 check ins will automatically enter you for the grand prize drawing. The winner will be pulled and notified Jan. 2, 2022.
Earn at your leisure to complete the original Pour Tour, then move on to Pour Tour 2.0
LH Pour Tour corkscrew or bottle opener
LH Pour Tour T-shirt
LH Pour Tour insulated growler or a four-pack of insulated wine tumblers
If you’ve completed all of the stops and validated your passport, you’ll be entered into a grand prize drawing for a two-night Laurel Highlands getaway.
The winner will be drawn January 1, 2021.
If you are using the Laurel Highlands Pour Tour app to check in, you may not combine physical stickers with digital check-ins for prizes. Please choose either digital check-ins or physical passport stickers to complete the Pour Tour.
Prize Availability and Substitutions: GO Laurel Highlands reserves the right to substitute prize items as needed due to shortages, product changes, or otherwise. In the event this happens, every attempt will be made to replace the item with the most comparable product available, both in style and quality. Please keep in mind that due to the pandemic, supply chains across the nation have been affected and many items are in short supply. Thank you for your patience and understanding with this matter.
Remember to share your Laurel Highlands Pour Tour progress on social media with the hashtag #LHPourTour!
Please drink responsibly and appoint a designated driver. Participants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid photo ID. It is illegal to sell, serve, or give alcoholic beverages to any person visibly intoxicated. Establishments have the right and responsibility to refuse service to anyone who is visibly impaired.