Could you spend 48 hours offline? You could get paid $1,000 to do so

Grand Canyon National Park Celebrates Centennial
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, AZ - NOVEMBER 11: The Grand Canyon is viewed at sunrise from the South Rim adjacent to the El Tovar Hotel on November 11, 2019, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Grand Canyon National Park, often considered one of the "Wonders of the World," was officially designated a national park on February 26, 1919, and is celebrating its Centennial this year. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

A Salt Lake City company is willing to pay you $1,000 to do a 48-hour “digital detox.”

This is a contest that will pay you to go offline in an RV at one of America’s National Parks.

They won’t supply you with the RV, but they will reimburse you for the rental if you win, separate from the $1,000 prize.

The company, Satellite Internet, which helps people get online in remote places, is encouraging us all to enjoy the great outdoors.

At the end of the 48 hours, Satellite Internet will provide the winner with a digital hotspot to re-connect from wherever they area.

While it sounds easy enough, when was the last time you went 48 hours without any screen time? Click here to enter.