Totaline Contest Will Award Stock Car Racing Adventure

Totaline distributorship has announced a contest that will award with driving a stock car.
For every $1,000 worth of Totaline parts purchased in each quarter in 2007, contractors receive an automatic entry to win a Dale Jarrett Racing Adventure — the chance to drive a stock car on a real track used by the pros.
“The 2007 Totaline Racing Challenge is exciting — we’re offering even more prizes than the 2006 challenge,” says Mike Dziok, Totaline spokesman and marketing manager. “Customers can conveniently buy all their parts in one stop while racking up more chances to win.”
Whether you’re working on a heating unit, a compressor changeout or a motor repair, Totaline offers a full selection of factory authorized and aftermarket parts to get the job done. And the more you buy, the greater your chances of winning.
Along with 28 first prizes to rip up the track in a real stock car, 56 second-prize winners will receive completely loaded Totaline “Tools Of The Trade” toolboxes. Third-prize winners will get relief at the gas pumps: 140 gas cards worth $250 each are up for grabs.
Just for shopping at Totaline, customers can get a free Totaline Racing Challenge hat. Visit for complete details of the offer.
The high-quality hats are only available while supplies last, so customers should act quickly...“as in race car quickly,” says Dziok.
For the official rules for the 2007 Totaline Racing Challenge, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope by December 31, 2007, to: Totaline Racing Challenge Rules, C/O Einson Freeman, 115 River Road, Suite 151, Edgewater, NJ 07020. For the names of the prize winners, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope by January 31, 2008, to: Totaline Racing Challenge Winners, C/O Einson Freeman, 115 River Road, Suite 151, Edgewater, NJ 07020.
With more than 500 locations throughout the United States and Canada, Totaline is a convenient local source for ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration parts, and supplies, equipment, and tools for residential and commercial applications.
Totaline is a division of Carrier Corp.

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