With international travel still mostly on hold, there’s no better time than right now for a US road trip. Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Rock and Rye is partnering with Monster Children to host the travel category of its photo competition, wherein one US-based entrant will be chosen to enjoy an epic road trip in the brand’s “Whiskey Van.”

The winner will be able to enjoy a two-week contract position as the company’s Chief of Discovery (COD), and explore the country in a fully customized 1978 Chevy G20 furnished with a walnut bar, leather bench seating, orange tufted paneling, and sound system. The COD will be flown to California to meet the brand’s marketing team and plan out the journey, followed by a van tour — with a friend, partner, or pet of your choice — of destinations throughout California, Arizona, and New Mexico, all of which will be documented on social media.

Andrea Cromaz, Cooper Spirits vice president of marketing, said in a statement, “Rebellious and free spirited, Slow & Low was crafted for the makers, the creatives, the travelers, the music-enthusiasts, the dirt bikers, and many more. It’s much more than a drink — it’s a whole mindset; it’s about the art of discovery. We’re excited to have someone dive deeper into that psyche and provide a visual representation of what it means to live life Slow & Low.”

Applicants must be over 21 with a valid driver’s license, have an appreciation for Slow & Low whiskey, be interested in travel, and have some social media know-how. The van trip includes a stipend for gas, food, lodging, and activities. For more information on the travel photo contest and to submit your entry, visit Monster Children’s website. All entries must be received by October 31.