Pronto Network Kicks Off 'Repair America' Sweepstakes

Pronto Network Kicks Off ‘Repair America’ Sweepstakes

Grand-prize winners and their guests will be treated to a three-day trip to Orlando, including full access to MACS 2021.

The Pronto Network has kicked off the summer with its unique bi-annual “Repair America” promotion.

The “2021 Repair America – Orlando Package” promotion will take place during June and July. During the two-month promotion, repair shops will purchase products from sponsoring manufacturers to earn as many points as possible for the chance to be chosen as a weekly and grand-prize winner. 

The more points earned, the better the chances of winning prizes. Each week for eight weeks, The Pronto Network headquarters will randomly draw 60 winners a week, totaling 480 winners, to receive $100 gift cards. 

At the end of the promotion period, 20 lucky grand-prize winners will be chosen to receive the “2021 Repair America – Orlando Package” that will take place in Orlando, Florida. The winners and their guests will be treated to an exciting three-day trip from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 that’s guaranteed to be packed with entertainment, training, great food and fun, says the Pronto Network. 

Winners of the Orlando Package will be granted full access to the MACS 2021 Training Event and Trade Show at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando. Winners and guests will attend an opening-night reception and will have the option to explore Orlando and its variety of attractions. 

“Our customers work hard all year long, and this promotion is a great reward we love to give to them for showing loyalty to our warehouse distributors,” said Mark Lowry, director of marketing for the Pronto Network. “Thanks to our first-class manufacturers and their high-caliber products, the ‘Repair America’ promotion increases in popularity each year.”

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