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Yokohama to award vacation at ConExpo

Posted on February 13, 2014

Yokohama Tire Corp. (YTC) is offering ConExpo trade show attendees a chance to win a $5,000 vacation voucher during its “Shoot and Score” basketball game to be held daily at booth (30412) at the Las Vegas Convention Center March 4-8 in Las Vegas.

“Anyone at ConExpo can come by our booth and demonstrate their basketball skills,” says Tim Easter, director, OTR sales. “It is fun and a challenge and one proficient shooter is going to score a $5,000 vacation.”

Daily game winners will be based on how many points they score in a designated amount of time. The winners will be automatically entered in the “Shoot and Score” vacation giveaway grand prize drawing, which will take place at noon on Saturday, March 8, at the YTC booth. The winner of the drawing will be awarded a $5,000 travel agency gift certificate, but does not have to be present to claim the prize.

ConExpo showgoers can also win an iPad Air each day by registering at YTC’s booth. The daily winners, which will be announced at 3 p.m. March 4-7 and at 1:30 p.m. on March 8, must be present to win.

“The vacation giveaway, free iPad Airs and the launch of two new radial tires, the RL45 and RL51, means the Yokohama booth will be where the action is for ConExpo attendees,” says Easter.

For details on the RL45 and RL51 tires, see: “Yokohama introduces two radial OTR tires.”

Related Topics: ConExpo Trade Show, Shoot and Score contest, Yokohama Tire Corp.

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