Loctite 1001 Applications Contest Ends June 30, 2006

Loctite 1001 Applications Contest Ends June 30, 2006

Technicians can submit their entries via a special web page developed for the contest at www.1001.loctite.com. The link also provides all of the contest details and prize descriptions, as well as rules, regulations, and options for submitting entries via fax or mail.

Henkel Corporation’s Loctite brand applications contest officially ends at midnight on June 30, 2006. The contest which started on January 15, 2006 invites automotive technicians to send in their most creative and innovative uses of Loctite products and get a chance to win a variety valuable prizes, ranging from a race weekend travel package for two, to professional tools, to free Loctite products. A panel of ASE-certified magazine editors will help judge the entries and award the grand prizes.

Technicians can submit their entries via a special web page developed for the contest at www.1001.loctite.com. The link also provides all of the contest details and prize descriptions, as well as rules, regulations and options for submitting entries via fax or mail.

According to Loctite product managers, there are at least a thousand applications currently specified by Henkel and its OEM partners for Loctite products. But the automotive aftermarket team at Henkel believes that the market holds a wealth of unique, innovative and even offbeat applications that have been invented by individual service technicians and motorsports crews. The contest was developed as a way to glean some of this valuable information and share it with the automotive service industry.

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