Spicer Chassis Announces Grand Prize Winner of Spring Into Summer Promotion

Spicer Chassis Announces Grand Prize Winner of Spring Into Summer Promotion

Technician Terry Tush won the grand prize in the Spicer Chassis Spring Into Summer promotion - a $2,500 gift certificate from popular outfitter Cabela's.

Technician Terry Tush won the grand prize in the Spicer Chassis Spring Into Summer promotion — a $2,500 gift certificate from popular outfitter Cabela’s.

Tush, from Computune Auto Repair in Coeur d’Alene, ID, was among more than 55 winners in the Spicer Chassis Spring Into Summer event. The promotion enabled professional service technicians to earn points for every purchase of an open stock order of premium quality Spicer professional grade chassis parts. Technicians could redeem points for premium prizes, including Spicer Chassis apparel and a three-day, two-night vacation package. With each prize, participants also received an entry form for a chance to win Cabela’s gift certificates valued from $100 to $2,500.

“The Spring Into Summer Promotion was a great way to thank technicians for their loyalty to Spicer professional grade chassis parts and to encourage new customers to experience the difference that Spicer brand quality makes,” said Ken Myers, marketing manager for Affinia Under Vehicle Group. “We congratulate Terry on his grand prize win and extend our thanks to everyone who participated.”

In addition to Tush, five lucky technicians from across the country won Cabela’s gift certificates worth $500. Fifty technicians earned Cabela’s gift certificates valued at $100.

For more information about Spicer professional grade chassis parts, visit www.spicerchassis.com.

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