Federated Kicks off 2008 Aloha Sweepstakes – UnderhoodService

Federated Kicks off 2008 Aloha Sweepstakes

You don't need a grass skirt, just a winning attitude, to be a part of Federated Auto Parts 2008 Aloha Sweepstakes, which is offered exclusively to eligible Federated Car Care Center members. The grand prize of the Federated Aloha Sweepstakes program is an all-expense paid, seven-day Hawaiian cruise for two. In addition, many other prizes will be awarded such as a ....

You don’t need a grass skirt, just a winning attitude, to be a part of Federated Auto Parts 2008 Aloha Sweepstakes, which is offered exclusively to eligible Federated Car Care Center members.

“We saw a dramatic increase last year in the number of service providers signing up to become Federated Car Care Center members. The Federated Aloha Sweepstakes gives us the opportunity to reward these loyal Federated customers with an easy and fun program,” said Phil Moore, vice president of marketing for Federated. “It also serves as a great encouragement to prospective members to find out more about the tools Federated provides its members to help them run a successful business.”

The grand prize of the Federated Aloha Sweepstakes program is an all-expense paid, seven-day Hawaiian cruise for two. In addition, many other prizes will be awarded such as a laptop computer, Nintendo Wii’s, Garmin GPS systems and Nintendo DS Lites.

To be eligible, a shop must be enrolled as a Federated Car Care Center member by October 15, 2008. All Federated Car Care Center members as of October 15, 2008 are automatically enrolled to earn a chance in the Aloha Sweepstakes.

For more information, visit www.federatedautoparts.com.

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