GREENSBORO, N.C. — Think you might have won the hottest truck on the road, a brand-new Volvo VN780?
Now professional drivers can check whether they have won that or one of the thousands of other prizes in Volvo Trucks North America, Inc.’s “Get In & Win” sweepstakes by visiting Volvo’s Web site, www.volvotrucks.us.com <http://www.volvotrucks.us.com>.
The winning “Lucky Numbers” are posted on the site so participants can quickly and easily check their game pieces. A list of the winning numbers can also be found at the end of this news release.
Get In & Win has three ways to win with each of the 2.7 million game pieces being distributed:
* Lucky Number: Scratch-off section reveals a coded ID number. Lucky Number prizes include three Volvo VN780 tractors, Indian Motorcycles, laptop computers, Michelin steer tires, satellite radios and more. This number can be checked against the Lucky Number Tote Board found on the Get In & Win section of the Volvo Trucks Web site (All prizes must be claimed through a participating Volvo Trucks dealer. Dealers must validate game pieces and provide prize claim forms).
* Instant Win: Another scratch-off section reveals prizes that can be claimed immediately at Petro Stopping Centers, such as food and beverages, and free Mobil Delvac oil.
* Second Chance Give-Away: Drivers can fill in an entry form on each game piece for the chance to be one of three entrants selected for the Grand Prize drawing at GATS. These winners, plus one drawn from entries at the Volvo Trucks booth at GATS, will draw to win the Grand Prize – a Volvo VN780 – or one of three owner/operator prize packages.
The game pieces are distributed through participating Volvo Truck dealers, Petro Stopping Centers, and through participating suppliers.
Volvo Trucks North America assembles its Volvo VN and VHD trucks in the United States, at the New River Valley Plant in Dublin, Virginia.
Volvo Trucks North America is a member of the Volvo Group, a publicly held company headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. With 2002 sales of approximately $20 billion, Volvo’s business areas include heavy trucks, buses, construction equipment, marine and industrial drive systems, aerospace, and financial services. In the United States, Volvo shares are listed on NASDAQ and are traded as ADRs (symbol: VOLVY).
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