Federated Car Care kicks off ‘Be a Federated Fan’ race promotion

The contest is open to any Federated Car Care Center member in good standing. Car Care Centers will receive one entry for every $100 of purchases from now until Nov. 15, 2020.

Federated Auto Parts is kicking off a special “Be a Federated Fan” promotion for its Car Care Center members in conjunction with the NASCAR Federated Auto Parts 400 on Sept. 12 at Richmond Raceway. 

“Although there won’t be fans in the seats at this year’s Federated 400, two lucky Federated Car Care Center members will win a ‘seat in the suite’ for the 2021 NASCAR race including travel, accommodations and suite tickets to the race,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president, Federated Auto Parts. “This fun contest is a way to thank our Federated Car Care members and recognize our valued suppliers who support the Federated 400 and work hard to help our members be successful.”

To participate in the “Be a Federated Fan” promotion, Federated Car Care Centers must enroll at www.FederatedFan.com to be officially entered into the program. The contest is open to any Federated Car Care Center member in good standing. Car Care Centers will receive one entry for every $100 of purchases from now until Nov. 15, 2020. Winners will be randomly selected and two trips for two to the 2021 Federated 400 and 10 $200 gift cards will be awarded.  

The Federated Auto Parts 400 will air live on NBCSN on Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m. ET.  Federated supplier brand sponsors of the race include:  MPA, Wix, East Penn, Standard Motor Products, BCA, Dayco, KYB, Trakmotive, Warren Distribution, TRW, MAHLE, Peak, Dorman, CRC, Delphi, Gates, Bendix, Denso, DRiV, Hastings, Lumileds, Raybestos, Remy, Stant and Trico.


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