Vivint, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Partner for 25th “Home Alone” Anniversary

Vivint launches Home Alone sweepstakes for fans of the film to win prizes.

Vivint announced a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Home Alone.

To celebrate, Vivint has launched a Home Alone sweepstakes. Fans of the film can enter for a chance to win the following prizes:

  • A professionally installed and monitored Vivint smart home system
  • A holiday trip to Chicago, where Home Alone was filmed
  • A year of free pizza, Kevin McAllister’s favorite food

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In addition, Vivint is introducing a special offer throughout the month of October for new customers that features $1,500 in free equipment.

“A smart home would have saved Kevin McAllister and his family a lot of trouble,” said Jefferson Lyman, chief marketing officer at Vivint. “While Home Alone will forever remain one of the great holiday comedies of our time, home burglaries are unfortunately a real problem, especially during the holidays. Today’s security and smart home technology allows homeowners to protect themselves from intruders, as well as stay connected to their homes while they’re away.”


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