GBC Motorsports is in the Giving Mood
GBC Motorsports has announced its 2011 Holiday Giveaway, which will run through the end of the year and features a variety of interesting prizes.
The three-round contest will take place over the course of three weeks, from Dec. 5 through Dec. 26. Each round will accept entries from Monday through Sunday, with winners being announced the following Monday. In addition to three rounds of participation-based giveaways, GBC Motorsports is offering a Grand Prize of one set of GBC Motorsports tires.
Dress up your ATV or UTV with holiday decorations and post your photo on GBC’s Facebook page or email it to email@example.com. One lucky winner will receive a race-worn helmet owned and signed by one of GBC’s Pro GNCC racers. The winner will be announced on Monday, Dec. 12.
Round 2 – Monday 12/12 – Sunday 12/18
Remember those childhood days of writing a letter to Santa? Tell GBC what kind of riding equipment you’re asking for this holiday season. Post your letter on GBC’s Facebook page or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. One lucky winner will receive a race-worn chest protector from one of GBC’s Pro GNCC racers. The winner will be announced on Monday, Dec. 19.
Round 3 – Monday 12/19 – Sunday 12/25
GBC will post two interesting photos on its Facebook page and will ask for the most creative and entertaining captions to go along with them. Post your caption as a comment on the photo (please be respectful of others – offensive language will not be tolerated). Two lucky winners will receive a race-worn jersey signed by one of GBC’s Pro GNCC racers. The winners will be announced on Monday, Dec. 26.
Grand Prize Drawing – Monday 12/26 – Saturday 12/31
Visit GBC’s blog at http://gbcmotorsportsblog.wordpress.com/ and fill out the form to be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for one set of four GBC Motorsports tires. One lucky winner will be randomly selected and notified by Friday, Jan. 7. Participation in any round of the GBC Holiday Contest will earn an extra drawing entry, with a limit of four entries per household.
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