Raybestos Chassis Parts, Joe Gibbs Racing Team Up For Latest Sweepstakes

Raybestos Chassis Parts, Joe Gibbs Racing Team Up For Latest Sweepstakes

Raybestos brand chassis parts - a member of the Affinia family of brands - help Joe Gibbs Racing earn big wins at the track. Starting April 1, 2013, they can help technicians earn big bucks at their shops as well.

Raybestos brand chassis parts – a member of the Affinia family of brands – help Joe Gibbs Racing earn big wins at the track. Starting April 1, 2013, they can help technicians earn big bucks at their shops as well.    

The Raybestos Chassis Winners’ Circle Sweepstakes rewards technicians for installing premium Raybestos Professional Grade chassis products. In addition to earning custom T-shirts, JGR caps and jackets, participating technicians also will be entered for a chance to win a Dewalt drill or a Dewalt reversible impact wrench (winner’s choice); a flat screen 32-inch TV; or a check for $1,000. There is one set of prizes for each sales region, offering numerous opportunities to earn and win.          

Counter professionals also have the chance to earn prizes. When they sell 25 premium Raybestos chassis parts, they will be rewarded with a custom Raybestos Chassis custom T-shirt and a check for $25.

The Raybestos Chassis Winners’ Circle Sweepstakes POS kit is free for those who would like to participate. Each kit includes valuable technical and sales tips from JGR chassis specialist Todd Foster. For additional information about the sweepstakes, contact your local Raybestos chassis sales rep, servicing store or WD.    

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