Warm up your vocal chords and sing your heart out for a chance to win a once-of-a-lifetime trip to Florida's Space Coast. The vacation destination, which includes Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and Cocoa Beach, launched a Facebook video contest to find the best rendition of the destination's new promotional jingle, "I Need My Space."


Would-be crooners will find contest rules at www.facebook.com/visitspacecoast under the Need My Space Contest tab. #Ineedmyspace video submissions should be 30 seconds (about the length of the jingle) and recorded on a smartphone, tablet or desktop. A panel of judges will select the top five videos, and public voting begins September 15 and ends September 30. The highest number of unique votes wins a trip for four to Florida's Space Coast, including airfare, ground transportation, tickets to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and Lunch with an Astronaut.

Participants must be at least 25 years of age. Qualifications, details and official rules are found at https://www.facebook.com/visitspacecoast/app_17465056255791. No purchase required to enter or win; internet access is required.

About Florida's Space Coast

Located 35 miles (56 km) east of Orlando, Florida's Space Coast is home to Orlando's closest beaches. Encompassing Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Beach, Palm Bay and Titusville, this family-friendly destination offers more than 10,000 guest rooms, and is an ideal, value getaway. Guests will discover 72 miles (110 km) of beaches, the longest stretch in the state and more than 250 square miles of wildlife refuge. It is home to one of the nations busiest cruise ports; is the nations East Coast surfing capital and the location of NASA's Kennedy Space Center, where all 135 shuttle missions launched and unmanned rockets continue to launch. The Space Coast is home to Space Shuttle Atlantis and is one of only four destinations nationwide where visitors can view an orbiter. For more information, contact the Space Coast Office of Tourism at (877) 572-3224 or visit www.visitspacecoast.com. Visit www.spacecoastlaunches.com to learn about upcoming rocket launches. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/visitspacecoast. Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/flaspacecoast.