Automotive Parts Associates Takes Promotion Winner To The Kentucky Derby

Automotive Parts Associates Takes Promotion Winner To The Kentucky Derby

From January through March, APA's shareholders ran the Win Place Show Promotion at their locations across North America.

This past weekend, Automotive Parts Associates sent the winner of the Professionals’ Choice Auto Parts Win Place Show promotion to the Kentucky Derby.
 
From January through March, APA’s Shareholders ran the Win Place Show Promotion at their locations across North America. Each time a customer purchased a product from one of the supporting manufacturers they received an entry form to win one of three prizes. The third place “show” winner was with Dekkers Automotive in Wellandport, Ontario. The company is a customer of Young Automotive Professionals/Bestbuy Distributors Ltd.
 
Dekkers’ winner took home a $500 Amazon.ca gift certificate. The second place winner received a $1,000 amazon.com certificate and is from Gasoline Alley Tune Up in Indianapolis, a customer of Speedway Automotive. The grand prize winner is from Junge Automotive in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a customer of I.W.I. Motor Parts, headquartered in Dubuque, Iowa.
 
The winner and his guest enjoyed the Kentucky Derby in style. Everything was provided, including round‐trip airfare, ground transfers, three nights’ hotel accommodations, clubhouse covered seating at Churchill Downs with private club access to both the Kentucky Oaks on Friday and the Kentucky Derby on Saturday along with a special tour of the stables on Friday morning.
 
The promotion’s sponsoring manufacturers were: Airtex Fuel, ASC Industries, Bosch, CARDONE Industries, Denso, Dorman, Federal-Mogul, Gates, KYB, MAS, NGK/NTK, SKF and UCI‐FRAM Group.

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