4/18/2011 11:26:00 PM
The folks over at Quirk Auto Dealers wanted to let you guys know that they're giving away a 2010 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Sedan for their Ultimate Altima Giveaway. The contest is only open to Massachusetts and New Hampshire residents 18 years and older.
Entry is easy, and the contest ends May 1. So far, we have fewer than 500 entries, so the odds of winning are pretty good. We’d like to reach out to your readers. Everyone wants a new car, and the Quirk Auto Dealers are pretty excited to be giving one away.
Enter in 3 Easy Steps!
1. Like Us on Facebook
Find our page at facebook.com/QuirkCars and click the Like button. (Note that a Facebook account is needed for this step, but they’re free!)
2. Tell Us Why
In words, pictures or a short video (60 seconds or less), tell us why you need that new Nissan Altima. You’ll be able to upload your entry once you Like the Facebook page.
3. Fill Out Official Entry Form
Tell us your name, address, etc. so that we can notify you if you’re a finalist.
The Grand Prize.
You could be behind the wheel of a Nissan Altima 2.5 S Sedan. With an automatic transmission and a 16-valve inline 4-cylinder transmission, this sedan delivers driving excitement and fuel economy of 23 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway.
Seating for four and 15.3 cubic feet of cargo room in the trunk make this an ideal family car, while its front-wheel drive provides extra grip and control when rain and snow are in the forecast.
Tell the Quirk Auto Group how the Nissan Altima works for you, and you could find yourself behind the wheel of Altima 2.5 S. Enter today!
Submission Opens: April 3, 2011
Submission Ends: May 1, 2011
Seems like minimal effort for the chance to win a car. I just sold my car so I wouldn't have to make car payments, insurance payments and parking payments anymore. But, I'm not going to complain if someone wants to give me a car for free.
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