FRAM Filtration Announces Global RallyCross Sweepstakes Winner

FRAM Filtration Announces Global RallyCross Sweepstakes Winner

Lucky fan scored ride-along with Brian Deegan and VIP access to 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.


LAS VEGAS — FRAM, in partnership with Advance Auto Parts, announced that one lucky sweepstakes winner enjoyed a grand prize VIP package in Las Vegas during the 2013 SEMA Show and Global RallyCross race.


FRAM sweepstakes winner Megan Burd and action sports legend Brian Deegan
FRAM sweepstakes winner Megan Burd and action sports legend Brian Deegan

Auto enthusiasts qualified for the sweepstakes by entering an online drawing for the chance to win a grand prize package including travel for the winner and one guest to Las Vegas and a ride-along with action sports legend Brian Deegan, the 2013 Lucas Oil Off Road Pro Lite Unlimited champion, 2012 Global RallyCross series runner-up and 2011 X Games RallyCross Gold Medalist.

The sweepstakes winner was Megan Burd of Denver. Burd’s prize package included:
•VIP tickets to the Global RallyCross Race on November 7, 2013
•VIP tickets to the SEMA Show, November 5-8, 2013
•Round-trip airfare for herself and one guest and three-night hotel accommodations in Las Vegas
•A ride-along with Brian Deegan during the 2013 Global Rally Cross Las Vegas race weekend
•A personal tour of Deegan’s team facilities and a Metal Mulisha clothing package

“We want to thank all of the automotive fans who entered our sweepstakes,” said Josh Gordon, marketing director for FRAM. “We’re excited to work with Advance and Brian Deegan to reward Megan with the trip of a lifetime.”


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