Ateq Collaborates with Texas Shop Owner to Give Away TPMS Tools
Ateq TPMS Tools and Jeff Buckley, owner of My Father’s Shop, are collaborating on Facebook to give away two tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) tools to high schools, technical centers or colleges during their “Back to School” giveaway. Ateq and Buckley will each donate a VT36 TPMS tool to two winners.
My Father's Shop is a family-owned and operated business located just south of the Dallas-Fort Worth area in Midlothian, Texas. Buckley and his wife, Candace, have owned the business for over 25 Years. Buckley is an ASE-certified service advisor, Master Tech and L-1 Emissions Technician.
The Buckleys are very active on social media, and participate in many educational discussions about new and upcoming automotive technology.
“Jeff is an advocate for high-level education in the automotive industry, and I am honored he thought of us to participate with him in this giveaway,” says Sheila Stevens, marketing manager at Ateq TPMS Tools. “We’ve been working together since the summer of 2017 on educating customers and users on tire safety and industry-standard technology, and we hope that the giveaway will aid students with furthering their automotive education.”
Giveaway rules --
- Week 1: From Monday, August 13, to Sunday, August 19, Facebook users will be able to nominate their favorite high school, technical schools or colleges for the giveaway using an online submission form. The form link will be available on Ateq TPMS Tools and My Father’s Shop pages on August 12.
- Week 2: From Monday, August 20, to Friday, August 24, at 12 p.m. EST, Facebook users will be able to vote for their favorite school, based on the voting poll of each user. Users must also “like” both the Ateq TPMS Tools and My Father’s Shop Facebook pages and share one of the contest posts, in order for their vote to count. Information will be posted on both the Ateq TPMS Tools and My Father’s Shop Facebook pages.
- The winners will be chosen and announced on Friday (August 24) afternoon on the My Father’s Shop Facebook Page via Facebook Live video.
Here are the links to the pages: