Registration Open For Dayco's Sixth Annual Pick-A-W Contest

Registration Open For Dayco’s Sixth Annual Pick-A-W Contest

Similar to the five previous Pick-A-W contests, registration is free and multiple prizes are up for grabs. Two grand prize winners will receive $1,000 Visa gift cards. Winners of each individual round will win $250 Visa gift cards.

TULSA, Okla. – Dayco Products announced that registration for its sixth annual Pick-A-W men’s college basketball contest is now open. The NCAA tournament selection committee filled in the bracket last night for the annual tournament.
Similar to the five previous Pick-A-W contests, registration is free and multiple prizes are up for grabs. Two grand prize winners will receive $1,000 Visa gift cards. Winners of reach individual round will win $250 Visa gift cards.
“The NCAA basketball tournament is one of the best sporting events in the country and the Dayco Pick-A-W contest is a great way to put your college basketball knowledge to the test with a chance to win some prizes,” said Robert Christy, director of marketing for the North American Aftermarket Division of Dayco. “It is also an easy way to have a year’s worth of bragging rights against your co-workers.”
To register, visit Now that participating teams have been announced, registrants can make their selections by simply clicking on “My Bracket.” Registration and pick selection will close at 11 a.m. Central Time on Thursday, March 20. After picks are made and games have started, the brackets will be updated every day in order to easily track tournament progress.

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