Contest offers free stay in Warren Buffett's childhood home

Now you can celebrate the 50th anniversary of Berkshire Hathaway in Warren Buffett's bed—that is, the one in his childhood home in Omaha, Nebraska.

A lucky Berkshire Hathaway shareholder can spend a free weekend in Buffett's childhood home, thanks to an Airbnb-sponsored contest. The stay in Omaha's historic country club district, where Buffett lived from 1936 to 1966, would coincide with the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting, May 1-4.

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To enter, eligible shareholders must answer four questions with 200 words each: "What are you most excited to experience in Omaha?"; "What are you most looking forward to at the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting?"; "What's your favorite Airbnb experience?" and "What's next on your travel bucket list?"

A winner will be chosen by the current homeowner based on creativity and a "love of all things Omaha." The reward? A taste of the neighborhood where Buffett got his start as an entrepreneur, selling chewing gum door-to-door at age 6.

The three-bedroom, two-bath home has been renovated since the Buffett family's days and now boasts a basement gallery of Mexican folk art. However, it still has some original details, like the shelving in Buffett's father's study, according to the contest posting.

The lodging, worth $2,250, will be awarded after the contest closes on April 1. So dust off your notepad and take a bath—a great place for creative ideas, at least for Buffett.

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