NAPA Brakes Offers Service Dealers the Chance 'Take a Brake' and Win a 2006 Dodge Charger Hemi

NAPA Brakes Offers Service Dealers the Chance ‘Take a Brake’ and Win a 2006 Dodge Charger Hemi

The "Take A Brake" promotion from NAPA Brakes gives service dealers a great deal on an assortment of the world’s best brake parts, a Domino's Pizza Party and a chance to win a Dodge Charger HEMI at the GFS Marketplace 400 race at Michigan International Speedway on Aug. 20.

NAPA Brakes and Domino’s Pizza have partnered up for a promotion that includes the chance for one lucky service dealer to win a 2006 Dodge Charger HEMI.

The “Take A Brake” promotion from NAPA Brakes gives service dealers a great deal on an assortment of the world’s best brake parts, a Domino’s Pizza Party and a chance to win a Dodge Charger HEMI at the GFS Marketplace 400 race at Michigan International Speedway on Aug. 20. Domino’s Pizza will be the primary sponsor of Michael Waltrip’s NAPA Dodge No. 55 at the race.

The “Take A Brake” promotion gives service dealers four different parts kits to choose from: Safety Stop Friction, Ceramix Friction, Application Engineered Rotors or TruStop Rotors.

Each kit comes with:
• An assortment of popular selling pads or rotors;
• A free Domino’s Pizza Party for their shop;
• Commemorative life-size decal of Michael Waltrip; and
• Entry to win a trip for two to the GFS Marketplace 400 and a chance to win a 2006 Dodge Charger HEMI.

Four winners will be chosen to attend the GFS Marketplace 400 (one from each sales region). In addition, jobbers from the NAPA Auto Parts Stores who served the winning dealers will also be invited to the race. All winning dealers and jobbers are also invited to bring a guest.

The NAPA Auto Parts Store that services the dealer who drives away with the HEMI will win a Domino’s Pizza Party, with the pizza personally delivered by Michael Waltrip himself.

Contact your NAPA Brakes representative for more details.

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