Grand Prize Winner Announced For Airtex Top Drawer Sweepstakes – UnderhoodService

Grand Prize Winner Announced For Airtex Top Drawer Sweepstakes

Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems recently announced the winner of the $5,000 Grand Prize in the Top Drawer Sweepstakes: Bill LaPonza of B & J Service Center, Los Angeles, Calif., won the grand prize drawing for his choice of a $5,000 tool chest or cash equivalent. LaPonza chose the $5,000 cash option. The lucky winner was selected via a random drawing of all eligible entries.

(From left to right): Steve Marble, Airtex district sales mgr.; Bill LaPonza, owner/operator B&J Service Center; Jim Hubka, Complete Plus VP sales & marketing.Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems recently announced the winner of the $5,000 Grand Prize in the Top Drawer Sweepstakes: Bill LaPonza of B & J Service Center, Los Angeles, Calif., won the grand prize drawing for his choice of a $5,000 tool chest or cash equivalent. LaPonza chose the $5,000 cash option. The lucky winner was selected via a random drawing of all eligible entries.

“We’re glad to be part of such an exciting promotion,” said Lisa McCleary, Airtex traditional cccount manager.  “We partnered with our WD network to offer their customers an opportunity to win cash and prizes simply for choosing our products.  It was a fun way to reward these technicians for their loyalty to the Airtex brand.”

This promotion offered professional technicians four ways to win: an instant-win scratch off card and Koozie were distributed with each qualifying electric fuel pump assembly purchase and offered the chance of three prize levels based upon matching fuel pump symbols; two matching pumps won a cooler; three matching pumps won a $50 Visa card; and four matching pumps won an Apple iPad. In addition, every returned scratch-off card entered them to win the grand prize drawing of a $5,000 tool chest or $5,000 cash option.

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