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Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Hosts Grand Prize Winners

Posted on October 19, 2017

Winners of the road warrior promotional trip from the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance gathered in Phoenix, Ariz., and spent two days on the track of the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.

Twenty-five Alliance customers and their guests won the grand prize trip which included two full days on the track.
Twenty-five Alliance customers and their guests won the grand prize trip which included two full days on the track.
Fifty guests, all Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper members from the U.S. and Canada, won the four-day trip. They attended a private welcome reception at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino and spent two days at the track. They also visited a western town where they kicked back like cowboys with quick draw contests, lasso lessons, bow and arrow target shooting and a special cowboy dinner sponsored by the Gates Corp.

Fred and Nancy Kneble are Bumper to Bumper certified service center owners of Kneble’s Auto Service Center in Mays Landing, N.J. The Knebles are customers of Eastern Warehouse Distributors, and they said, “With Bumper to Bumper we always feel like VIPs.”

A total of $25,000 has also been given away in $500 VISA gift cards to an additional 50 technician winners.

Grand prize winners received an entry into the sweepstakes, which ran through March and April, for each $150 order of products from a select group of sponsors. There were over 120,000 entries during the promotional period.

For a full list of the winners and sponsors visit here.

Related Topics: Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Auto Value, Bumper to Bumper, sweepstakes

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