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WIX Filters Announces the Fast Cars and Country Stars Sweepstakes

WIX Filters, a member of the Affinia Group family of brands, through a partnership with the Performance Racing Network, is bringing race fans the Fast Cars and Country Stars Sweepstakes, which will provide one winner with a grand prize trip for two in 2012 to the capital of country music, Nashville, TN, and Bristol Motor Speedway for a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race.

WIX Filters, a member of the Affinia Group family of brands, through a partnership with the Performance Racing Network, is bringing race fans the Fast Cars and Country Stars Sweepstakes, which will provide one winner with a grand prize trip for two in 2012 to the capital of country music, Nashville, TN, and Bristol Motor Speedway for a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race. Contestants can enter the sweepstakes at www.facebook.com/wixfilters.
      
“We’re excited about partnering with PRN to offer race fans an opportunity to participate in a trip of a lifetime,” said Jeff Blocher, vice president of sales for WIX Filters. “From the famous sights and sounds in Music City to near unlimited access at Thunder Valley, the winner of this sweepstakes will have the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in two exceptionally different experiences.”
      
The Fast Cars and Country Stars grand prize includes airfare, deluxe hotel accommodations for two nights in Nashville, a tour of the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame and a dinner show on the General Jackson Showboat. The winner and their guest will then fly from Nashville to Bristol, where they will stay in a luxury RV at Bristol Motor Speedway while enjoying two premium tickets to the race, cold garage and pit passes and $5,000 cash.
      
The sweepstakes ends Dec. 31. Official rules, prize details and entry form can be accessed at www.facebook.com/wixfilters and www.goprn.com.

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