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Mallory Ignition, Roush Yates Announce Martinsville Race Package Sweepstakes

Mallory Ignition, a Prestolite Performance brand, is partnering with Roush Yates to send two race fans to the NASCAR race at Martinsville on Sunday, Oct. 28.

Mallory Ignition, a Prestolite Performance brand, is partnering with Roush Yates to send two race fans to the NASCAR race at Martinsville on Sunday, Oct. 28.

The sweepstakes winner will receive two tickets to the race, two pit passes as well as travel and accommodations for two.

“Prestolite Performance is proud to collaborate with Roush Yates once again, delivering an exciting sweepstakes for auto racing fans,” said Rob Koller, brand manager for Mallory Ignition. “We’re pleased to extend our commitment to the automotive industry.”

The sweepstakes is open through Sept. 19. A randomly selected winner will be notified by Mallory on Sept. 24. To enter, visit www.mallory-ignition.com/sweepstakes.

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