BWD Automotive Announces 'Be An All-Star' Sweepstakes Promotion

BWD Automotive Announces ‘Be An All-Star’ Sweepstakes Promotion

BWD Automotive announces the "Be An All-Star" sweepstakes promotion for professional technicians, running through Dec. 31, 2006. The program will award more than 1,200 NASCAR themed prizes, including the grand prize, six all-expenses paid trips to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Race in May, 2007.

BWD Automotive announces the “Be An All-Star” sweepstakes promotion for professional technicians, running through Dec. 31, 2006. The program will award more than 1,200 NASCAR themed prizes, including the grand prize, six all-expenses paid trips to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Race in May, 2007.

To be eligible for the BWD All-Star team, counter personnel or professional technicians must sell or install a combination of 10 BWD or BWD/Select premium quality products. Then, they simply return a completed entry form to be entered in the BWD All-Star Sweepstakes.

Prizes include officially licensed BWD/NASCAR hats, officially licensed BWD/NASCAR drivers hats, 32” flat panel LCD HDTVs and the All-Star Race Weekend package, which includes tickets to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race and qualifier, airfare to Charlotte, NC, bus transportation, three-night hotel stay, VIP tours, NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Team Shop tour, NASCAR Technical Institute tour, a barbecue lunch with a NASCAR personality, race-day spending money and a BWD/NASCAR goodie bag.

“Each month, we will be drawing for the officially licensed NASCAR hats so technicians should get their redemption forms in early to increase their chances of winning,” said John Nodson, director of marketing. “Even if they win one of the stylish hats, they are still eligible for other prizes, including the grand prize race weekend in Charlotte.”

For more information, contact your local sales associate or visit www.bwdautomotive.com.

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