FRAM Filtration And Brian Deegan Launch X Games Austin Sweepstakes

FRAM Filtration And Brian Deegan Launch X Games Austin Sweepstakes

One lucky fan will hang with Brian Deegan at the inaugural X Games Austin.

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – FRAM and action motorsports legend Brian Deegan have partnered to host a sweepstakes for freestyle motocross, rally cross, automotive and action sports fans in advance of the X Games taking place June 5-8 in Austin, Texas.

By registering at fans can enter a drawing for one grand prize package, including travel and accommodations for the winner and one guest to Austin, where they will receive VIP X Games Austin experience passes for June 5-8, and the opportunity to meet Brian Deegan, the 14-time X Games medalist who has competed in the X Games since 1999. Deegan also has been invited to compete in the Moto X Step Up and the Ford RallyCar SuperCar competitions at Circuit of The Americas this June.

“We’re excited to bring our fans this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hang out up-close-and-personal with FRAM’s brand ambassador, Brian Deegan, at the inaugural X Games Austin this summer,” said Josh Gordon, marketing director for FRAM. “Our DIY customers know our filters are all about getting the job done right, and I think fans everywhere would agree that Brian Deegan lives by that same mantra in terms of his dedication to competition and giving back.”
Entries will be accepted now through April 30. Residents of the United States and Canada are eligible to enter. In addition to attending X Games Austin, the winner will hang out with Brian Deegan and receive a complimentary prize package. Round-trip airfare for the winner and one guest, a $450 travel stipend and three-night hotel accommodations also are provided in the prize package.
More details about FRAM and Brian Deegan’s plans for X Games Austin will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information or to enter this contest, visit and follow FRAM Filtration on Facebook at and Twitter @FRAM_Filters. All information on X Games Austin can be found at .

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