FRAM Filtration And O'Reilly Auto Parts Launch Facebook Contest

FRAM Filtration And O’Reilly Auto Parts Launch Facebook Contest

One lucky winner will hang with Brian Deegan in the pits during VIP trip to Los Angeles.

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — FRAM and O’Reilly Auto Parts have teamed up to launch a Facebook contest for automotive and RallyCross 1 enthusiasts in the U.S. and Canada. By liking the Facebook pages for FRAM Filtration and O’Reilly Auto Parts, fans are eligible to enter a drawing for one grand prize package including travel for the winner and one guest to Los Angeles, where they will meet Freestyle Motocross legend Brian Deegan and receive VIP tickets to one of his RallyCross Races.

“We’re excited to partner with O’Reilly Auto Parts to offer this one-of-a-kind prize package to one lucky automotive fan and their guest,” said Josh Gordon, marketing director for FRAM. “Working with a key retailer such as O’Reilly and Brian Deegan, a pioneer for all motorsports, is a natural fit for FRAM as we continue to connect with DIY customers who take pride in their vehicle’s maintenance and performance.”

Entries are being accepted through July 15, 2013. In addition to attending a race, the winner will have the opportunity to hang out in the pit with Brian Deegan, as well as receive a personal tour of Deegan’s team facilities, a Metal Mulisha clothing package and spending money for the trip. Round-trip airfare for the winner and one guest and three-night hotel accommodations are provided in the prize package.

For more information or to enter this contest, visit FRAM Filtration on Facebook at

You May Also Like

GPC Acquires Largest US NAPA Independent Store Owner

MPEC, founded in 1938 and based in Rockford, Illinois, has 181 locations across the Midwest.

Genuine Parts Company (GPC), global distributor of automotive and industrial replacement parts, announced it acquired Motor Parts & Equipment Corporation (MPEC), effective April 30, 2024, for its U.S. Automotive business.

MPEC, founded in 1938 and based in Rockford, Illinois, is the largest independent owner of NAPA Auto Parts stores in the U.S., operating 181 locations across Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, according to GPC.

Schaeffler Group USA Expands Product Portfolio

Seventy new parts have been added to the INA, LuK and Schaeffler Bearings portfolios in the first quarter of 2024.

ACC Provides Sneak Peek into Conference Speakers

Industry leaders will share their knowledge on trends, strategies and innovations in automotive communications.

Registration for AAPEX 2024 Now Open

AAPEX 2024 will combine demos and training; business education sessions; and in-person networking.

HDA Truck Pride Raises $35,000 for Kids Matter International

Organization provides essential resources and educational opportunities to children in Grapevine, TX.

Other Posts

Genuine Parts Company Announces CEO Leadership Transition

Paul D. Donahue will become executive chairman, while William P. Stengel, II will succeed Donahue as president and CEO.

2024 to be a ‘Year Of Action’ for ASE, Says Chairman

New ASE Chairman Tom Trisdale says the challenges of repairing vehicles and the pressures facing technicians have never been greater.

The Impact of Trade and Tariffs on the Aftermarket

Numerous components make up “landed costs,” but duties, taxes and tariffs can often be a detriment to global trade.

BCA Bearings Unveils 2024 Endless Summer Promotion

The Endless Summer promotion runs from May 1 through June 30, 2024.