Casite Announces September And October Winners From 90th Anniversary Promotion

Casite Announces September And October Winners From 90th Anniversary Promotion

The winner of the $9,000 grand prize will be announced next week at AAPEX. Visitors to Casite’s booth No. 4426 also can meet the new Miss Motor Honey.


TROY, Mich. – Casite, known for its Motor Honey brand, has announced the September and October winners in its “Show Me Your Motor Honey” Facebook promotion celebrating the company’s 90th anniversary. Each month, nine contestants are awarded a $90 Visa gift card and qualify for a chance to win the $9,000 grand prize.

120051casitewin_00000069675The nine lucky winners for September are: Gina Taylor, Willie Ray, Connie Harrop, Curt Kimmel, April Morrison, Christy George, Cindy Osmer, Kelly Licciardi and Bill Short.

The winning contestants for October are: Gary Howell, Randy Kohler, Logan Caldwell, Jordan White, James Lambert, Alicia Stamm, Joe Roberts, James Brunner and Jovan Bone.

To participate, contestants upload a photo of themselves, or a family member, friend, or pet (their “Motor Honeys”) with their “ride,” and winners are determined each month by Casite judges and votes from other contestants and their friends. Each of the monthly winners and the top 90 voted entries at the end of the promotion will qualify to win the $9,000 grand prize, which will be announced next week at AAPEX 2013 in Las Vegas.

Attendees at AAPEX 2013 also will have the chance to meet the new Miss Motor Honey at the Casite booth No. 4426 in the Sands Expo Center. Casite will be introducing Miss Motor Honey 2014 during the show, and fans are encouraged to come by the booth to meet and have their picture taken with Miss Motor Honey 2014 and get an autographed calendar. She will be at the Casite booth Nov. 5-7.

Miss Motor Honey 2014, Susie Leica, is from Detroit and has worked as a model with several car companies including: Audi, Maserati, Cadillac, Toyota and Ferrari. Her modeling accolades include being named Michigan Model of the Week, walking the runways of New York during Bridal Fashion Week, and being featured in Ambassador Magazine, StyleLine Magazine, Real Detroit and Insider Weddings.

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