ELGIN, Ill. — Chicago Rawhide recently announced the winners of their NAPA Racing Rewards Program.
Mark Berry of Preston, MN, claimed the Grand Prize – an exclusive VIP trip to the 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup Race in Atlanta. Mark and a guest will receive airfare, hotel accommodations, and a rental car for Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Georgia 500 on October 26th. Mark will watch the race from pit road and will also have an opportunity to meet NASCAR drivers Jeff Burton and Michael Waltrip.
Two second prizewinners were also announced. Marcus Alvalle (Fredonia, NY) and Chuck Barrett (Lawrenceville, GA) each will receive two tickets to a 2004 NASCAR race of their choice.
“We are extremely pleased with the success of the NAPA Racing Rewards Program,” said Ed Vance, director of NAPA sales for Chicago Rawhide. “NAPA counter personnel who participated in this program have shown great enthusiasm for NAPA Bearings and Oil Seals as well as NASCAR. Based on the positive results with this program, we plan to run more in the future.”
The NAPA Racing Rewards Program involved completing a game board that focused on specific NAPA Bearings and Oil Seals supplied by Chicago Rawhide. Counter sales representatives received a $25 American Express gift certificate and an entry into the Grand Prize Sweepstakes for every completed game board that was received.
Chicago Rawhide is a worldwide supplier of radial shaft seals and precision-engineered elastomeric products and value-added subassemblies to a variety of industries, from automotive to aerospace, including heavy-duty/off-highway, industrial and marine markets.
Celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2003, CR was founded in 1878 as a producer of commercial leather products including buggy whips. In 1990, Chicago Rawhide was purchased by SKF, the automotive industry’s leading bearing supplier.
For more information about SKF and Chicago Rawhide aftermarket products visit our web site: www.skf.com
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