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Cooper promotion offers savings and prizes

Posted on March 6, 2014

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. is offering consumers a Visa prepaid card for purchases of qualifying tires in a national promotion and a chance to win $1,000 in a social media sweepstakes. The promotion and contest run through April 15, 2014.

Cooper's Spring Savings Event promotion will award up to an $80 Visa prepaid card to consumers who purchase a set of four qualifying Cooper qualifying passenger and light truck tires through participating dealers in the U.S., District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

Consumers can see eligible products, obtain full terms and conditions and a mail-in reward form by visiting a participating Cooper Tire dealer or visit coopertirerebates.com.

In addition, consumers can participate in a $1,000 prize pack sweepstakes through Cooper’s social media channels. Visit Cooper's Facebook page to post favorite moments of daily travels in the car, or tag #RollWithCooper on Twitter or Cooper’s newly-launched Instagram page to be entered into the grand prize drawing for a gas card and Cooper merchandise.

The company says it wants to hear how drivers #RollWithCooper, whether it’s singing along to favorite songs while carpooling to school or commuting to work.

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