An Ultimate Service Provider To Win An Ultimate Service Truck In Federated Car Care Sweepstakes

An Ultimate Service Provider To Win An Ultimate Service Truck In Federated Car Care Sweepstakes

Federated will award one of its Car Care Center members with the ultimate grand prize in the Federated Ultimate Service Truck Sweepstakes. This is not just any truck; it has been designed by renowned motorsports artist Sam Bass and modified by Matt Steele and Bruno Massel, hosts of the SPEED show Truck U.

Federated will award one of its Car Care Center members with the ultimate grand prize in the Federated Ultimate Service Truck Sweepstakes. This is not just any truck; it has been designed by renowned motorsports artist Sam Bass and modified by Matt Steele and Bruno Massel, hosts of the SPEED show Truck U.

The grand prize winner of the Federated Ultimate Service Truck Sweepstakes will also receive an all-expense paid trip to Las Vegas for the 2013 Automotive Aftermarket Product Expo (AAPEX) where they will claim their truck. In addition, hundreds of other terrific prizes will be awarded to Federated Car Care Center members throughout the country.

“The annual Federated Car Care sweepstakes has featured some great prizes in the past, but this year we are taking it to a new level,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president of Federated Auto Parts. “Between the Sam Bass design and the way Matt and Bruno have transformed the vehicle, the grand prize winner will receive a one-of-a-kind vehicle they can put to use right away.  A big ‘thank you’ to Sam and the Truck U guys for helping make this the ultimate Federated Car Care sweepstakes.”

The Federated Ultimate Service Truck Sweepstakes is open to any fully enrolled Federated Car Care Center member. Current members are automatically eligible. New members must be enrolled by August 31, 2013 to be eligible. To learn more about the Federated Car Care Center program and the Ultimate Service Truck sweepstakes, visit www.FederatedAutoParts.com.

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