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CARDONE Offers Cash For Tech Tips, Launches Video Competition To Share Industry Knowledge

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CARDONE Industries has announced the latest edition of its popular video competition for automotive technicians to share their installation skills and enter to win $5,000. Based on the success of the first two contests, CARDONE has renewed its challenge to technicians of all skill levels, from professional automotive technicians to enthusiastic DIYers, to create and share an original video featuring the installation or service of an under-the-hood or under-the-car automotive part.

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“We’re particularly excited to launch this next round of our video contest after learning what our most recent winner chose to do with his prize. He decided to use the entire $5,000 to purchase and restore a car that he donated to a single mother in his community who was in need of reliable transportation. His generosity is a perfect example of the spirit and atmosphere we hope to inspire with this competition,” said Stephen Sigg, vice president of customer experience and marketing.

To enter the contest, videos must be submitted through videocontest.cardone.com. The entry period runs from March 1, 2019, to July 17, 2019. CARDONE will determine the $5,000 winner based on a point system that tallies online votes and views tied to a specific video. Points can be gathered throughout the contest and will continue after the video deadline with a final count on July 31, 2019.

CARDONE will announce the winner on August 14, 2019, through the contest website and on cardone.com. The winner and other top-rated contestant videos will also join entries from the last contest on CARDONE’s YouTube channel.

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The complete list of rules and entry requirements are available online at videocontest.cardone.com/terms-and-conditions.

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