Belt Supplier Announces NASCAR All-Star Week Sweepstakes

Belt Supplier Announces NASCAR All-Star Week Sweepstakes

Enter for a chance to win a trip to the 2011 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.

Veyance Technologies, manufacturer of Goodyear Engineered Products, has announced the start of its Goodyear Gatorback Belts NASCAR All-Star Week Sweepstakes. Now through April 30, fans who visit may enter for a chance to win one of seven prizes, including a grand prize trip for two to the 2011 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Weekend, May 18 to 22. In addition, one second-prize winner and five runners-up will be awarded memorabilia autographed by Dale Earnhardt Jr.

One grand prize winner and a guest will receive:
•2011 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race tickets, VIP tours and hospitality
•Tickets to the NASCAR Sprint Pit Crew Challenge, presented by Craftsman
•NASCAR Rev’d Up VIP Experience
•NASCAR race team shop tour
•Tickets to the NASCAR Hall of Fame
•Airfare and a four-night hotel stay

One second-prize winner will receive:
•Autographed Dale Earnhardt Jr. Fathead wall graphic

Five runners-up will receive:
•2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule magnet autographed by Dale Earnhardt Jr.

For more information, including contest rules and
eligibility, please visit

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