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Advance Auto Parts Announces Chevy Camaro Sweepstakes

The contest comes on the heels of Advance launching its new Speed Perks rewards program.

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Through Sept. 30, Advance Auto Parts customers can enter to win a completely restored 1967 Chevy Camaro RS.

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Customers can enter the Camaro sweepstakes online at www.advanceautoparts.com/spcamaro, by texting SPCAMARO to 77333, or at any Advance store throughout the United States.

For official sweepstakes rules, go to www.advanceautoparts.com/spcamaro.

The contest comes on the heels of Advance launching its new Speed Perks rewards program. Customers can start earning $5 Perks bucks after spending as little as $40 online or at any Advance Auto Parts and company-owned Carquest stores in the United States and Puerto Rico. Perks bucks can be used to purchase any of the thousands of items offered in store or online.

Speed Perks offers customers three different membership levels – Club, VIP and Elite – each based on total spend during the calendar year. Customers who spend up to $200 in a calendar year will earn rewards at the Club level, including 10 points for every $1 spent. Customers who spend between $200 and $500 in a calendar year will earn rewards at the VIP level, including earning 11 points for every $1 spent. Customers spending $500 or more in a calendar year will earn rewards at the Elite level, including earning 12.5 points for every $1 spent.

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“At Advance, we put our customers first and at the center of everything we do,” said Jason McDonell, chief marketing officer. “Our new Speed Perks program has been well-received by new and existing members alike and we believe our double points weekend and our new sweepstakes are another way we’re enhancing the customer experience and providing new, value-added benefits to our customers.”

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