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Installers Rewarded with Raybestos Spring Sizzle Sweepstakes

Raybestos brand brakes Spring Sizzle promotion results were recently announced to the excited winners. This unique promotion gave installers the chance to win Snap-on and Raybestos merchandise.

Grand Prize winner James "Fritz" Steile, manager of Maple Grove Tire & Service in Maple Grove, MN.

Raybestos brand brakes Spring Sizzle promotion results were recently announced to the excited winners. This unique promotion gave installers the chance to win Snap-on and Raybestos merchandise. The grand prize winner, James “Fritz” Steile of Maple Grove Tire and Service in Maple Grove, MN, received a Snap-on Classic Series 19-Drawer Triple Bank Roll Cabinet and a complete Snap-on tool set.

Installers received a sweepstakes entry form when they purchased a Raybestos brand brakes promotional kit. The kit included a portable toolbox grill and a free goods certificate to receive five to seven sets of Raybestos brand brake pads. The Spring Sizzle promotion ran May 1 through July 31, 2007.

“We realize how hard these installers work and wanted to reward them with quality tools and cabinets that compliment our product offerings” said Ken Myers, Raybestos brand brakes marketing manager. “We hope the winners will now have a more enjoyable time in their shops when they are installing the best in brakes.”

In addition to the grand prize valued at nearly $9,000, two second prize winners – Taus Gasior (Blue Moon Auto Inc. of Roseville, CA) and Dean Cremean (2 Techs Auto Repair of Englewood, CO) – received Snap-on Triple Bank Roll Cabinets. Five third prize winners took home Raybestos neon signs to hang in their shops.

Raybestos brand brakes are produced by the Affinia Under Vehicle Group, the leading manufacturer of braking systems and components for the automotive industry. The line includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes and hydraulic parts. Affinia Under Vehicle Group is at the forefront of research and development in brake technology and operates manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout North America.

Raybestos brand brakes are the official brakes of NASCAR, and the NASCAR relationship also includes the Raybestos Rookie of the Year Award, which is presented to the top rookie in each of the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck racing series. For more information about Raybestos brand brakes, visit www.raybestos.com.

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