NORTHRIDGE, Calif.—In advance of The Flying Pink Pig’s Feb. 8 street date, Metro Media has announced its “When Pigs Fly” contest, where two lucky fans can enter to win a dream date with the porn star of their choice.
Metro, in association with adult distribution company Cal Vista and production company Cheeky Monkey Productions, is offering an all-expenses-paid trip to Los Angeles for an “a la carte” night out with one of four stars in the movie. The winner chooses the girl, the activities and the hotel.
To enter, visit MetroMovies.com, where you can select from a menu and fill out contact information for automatic entry. The ladies of Flying Pink Pig will choose the most enthusiastic response provided.
The contestant starts by choosing from one of the following stars to join on a dream date: Sunny Lane, Nicki Hunter, Cytherea or Sasha Heart. Next, they choose their activities—restaurants, night spots—and a hotel. Once they design the date, participants are in the running for the grand prize of a trip to L.A. which includes $1,000 spending cash.
In addition, an entire social media campaign is being launched simultaneously. The most Tweets and Facebook mentions will get special consideration and a prize of their own. Both contests are open to men and women.
Please “like” Metro on Facebook, then include @metromovies in posts; Tweet @metro_movies.
The Flying Pink Pig is packed with fun-loving, sex-crazed nymphomaniacs serving recipes guaranteed to make the customer come again and again. Led by owner Sunny Lane, the sex-filled adventures explode when Ron Jeremy and Nicki Hunter set their sights on a hostile takeover to make “the pig” and all its goodies their very own.
The Flying Pink Pig hits the streets of Hollywood with a cast of delectable girls and boys that includes Emy Reyes, Megan Foxx, Sasha Heart, Tessa Taylor and Shayla La Veaux.
News about the movie hit the mainstream press in a big way after the food truck’s owner claimed he was duped into allowing his fusion taco truck to be used for a porn film. The owner, Joe Kim, sent Metro a cease-and-desist letter but the company plans to distribute the film on Feb. 8.