Phase Two of Federated 50/50 Video Challenge begins

The second phase of the Federated 50/50 Challenge has begun with 50 new “TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101” videos added to The Group Training Academy (TGTA) website. Participants who view all 50 videos in the 50-day window ending by April 4 will be eligible to win.

The second phase of the Federated 50/50 Challenge has begun with 50 new “TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101” videos added to The Group Training Academy (TGTA) website. Participants who view all 50 videos in the 50-day window ending by April 4 will be eligible to win.

Those who register and complete the challenge will be entered to win one of five Bosch cordless Bluetooth compatible job-site radio and cordless impact wrenches. Fifty $50 gift cards will also be awarded. As an added bonus, the first 250 service professionals who watch the second series of 50 “TechTalk” videos will receive a limited edition TechTalk/Federated/Bosch cap in addition to chances to win the tool and gift card prizes.

The TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101 video series is sponsored by Bosch and presented by automotive expert John Gardner, host of the popular Tech Garage and Motorhead Garage television series on the MotorTrend Television Network. In the TechTalk video series, the four-to-six-minute videos focus on areas associated with ASE testing, from A1 engine repair through A8 engine performance. Every automotive system will be featured with explanations of how and why things work and why they sometimes do not work.

“The Federated 50/50 Challenge got off to a great start,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president for Federated. “We are excited to launch the second phase of the contest with new videos and more chances to win. We want to thank our friends from Bosch for their sponsorship of this fun and informative contest.”

To enter the Federated 50/50 Challenge, visit www.Federated5050Challenge.com. Once registered, go to the TGTA website to set up an account and start watching the Automotive 101 training videos. Those who already have a TGTA account must first enter to be eligible to win. 


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