MOTORZ® PARTNERS WITH AMP RESEARCH TO INTRODUCE THE GREAT AMERICAN GIVEAWAY CONTEST STARTING FEBRUARY 1, 2013
San Diego, Calif. – February 1, 2013 – Motorz has teamed up with AMP Research to launch a very special contest called The AMP RESEARCH GREAT AMERICAN GIVEAWAY. Through this unique contest, entrants will be asked to provide information about an exemplary American who owns a pickup truck and goes the extra mile to serve family, friends, community and/or country. The first of several AMP Research Great American Giveaway contests will be launched on February 1, and will conclude on March 15. The winner will receive an AMP Research PowerStep™ system, and a choice of one of three other eligible products from AMP Research including the BedStep®, the BedStep2™, or the BedXtender HD™.
“It’s no secret that pickup truck owners in this country are known for helping others,” stated Mark Wronski, marketing director, AMP Research. “Our products are solution oriented. We want to give everyday heroes the opportunity to win and use our products to help them more effectively continue to serve others.”
“We are genuinely excited to partner with AMP Research in the development of this contest to improve the lives of truck owners that help others,” stated Chris Duke, host and executive producer, Motorz. “It’s our way of saying ‘thank you’ to people who make a difference, not because they want the recognition, but because it’s just the way they live. There are amazing pickup owners all over the country who are always doing great things for others, especially when times are tough and weather disasters strike. Through this contest, we want to have the opportunity to recognize them and the good work they are doing.”
To submit an entry for a great American in your life, visit AMP RESEARCH GREAT AMERICAN GIVEAWAY for details and official rules. Entries will be collected February 1 through March 15, and the winner will be announced April 1. Prizes will be shipped to the winner at no charge. For details about all the great products from AMP Research, visit AMP RESEARCH