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Champion Announces Rebate Offer on Racing Motor Oils and Performance Diesel Oils

Champion Brands has announced a $20 Rebate offer for end-users on Champion 12-pack/quart cases, 4-gallon cases, 5-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums for either Champion Racing Motor Oil or Champion Blue Flame Performance Diesel Motor Oil.

Champion Brands, a global leader in performance motor oils, has announced a $20 Rebate offer for end-users on Champion 12-pack/quart cases, 4-gallon cases, 5-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums for either Champion Racing Motor Oil or Champion Blue Flame Performance Diesel Motor Oil.
 
The Champion rebate offer, available at www.championsusechampion.com, will run from Nov. 25 through March 15, and will be an immediate value to those who are planning "Black Friday," "Small Business Saturday" or "Cyber Monday" promotions, according to the company.  
 
Rules state the offer is only good in U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, except where prohibited, licensed, restricted or taxed. Offer is limited to two rebates per household. Original receipt to an end-user (non-wholesale) with verifiable merchant contact information displayed will only be accepted.
 
Champion Racing Motor Oils products contain the company’s proprietary TVS (Thermal Viscosity Stabilizer), special lubricity modifiers and a premium level of anti-wear additives, which includes a high quantity of ZDDP. These additives are proven to meet the lubrication demands of competition engines, create a tough film strength, which controls wear and provides more horsepower and torque in Dynamometer testing, Champion says.
 
Champion Racing Motor Oils are suitable for use in all competition and race engines, especially those using flat tappet and/or roller cams operating at high RPM and requiring high-pressure (stiff) valve springs. These new racing oils are offered in a popular range of multi-viscosity SAE grades and formulated to meet the demands of most of today’s high performance race engines, according to the company.  
 
Champion Brands Blue Flame Performance Diesel Motor Oils are formulated with workhorse performance additives, superior protection, advanced polymer technology and high TBN, supported by a carrier blend of synthetic and conventional base fluids. In addition, Champion Brands Blue Flame Diesel Motor Oil delivers unmatched high temperature film strength and lubricity protection, has the muscle to combat oil shear, maximizes and sustains cylinder compression and is proven to increase engine horsepower and torque, according to Champion.

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