IRVINE, Calif. - This fall, customers across the country can win gift certificates worth up to $2,500, courtesy of the latest Revive Your Ride! sweepstakes sponsored by the aftermarket members of the Motorcycle Industry Council. The Year-End Giveaway starts Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 31.
“The Motorcycle Industry Council’s aftermarket members are providing participating retailers, at no cost to them, gift certificates for 13 winners,” said MIC Vice President Cam Arnold. “It is a simple win-win for both customers, and participating dealerships who can benefit from the increased floor traffic during this promotion.”
To enter the giveaway, customers visit a participating retailer to obtain the dealer’s unique code. A list of participating retailers can be viewed by visiting ReviveYourRide.org and clicking on the Participating Dealer Locator tab. After obtaining the dealer’s code, customers visit the site to enter the code and complete the online entry form.
One grand prize winner will receive a $2,500 gift certificate to be used at the retailer where he or she registered. Ten $1,000 gift certificates and two $500 gift certificates will also be awarded.
The dealership with the grand prize winner, and a participating dealership chosen at random, will both win a Revive Your Ride! Party Package that includes catering up to $1,000, plus $200 for a DJ and/or decorations, and eight $100 gift certificates as door prizes for dealership guests, courtesy of the MIC aftermarket members. Winners will be notified after Jan. 25.
Dealers can learn more about the program and how to sign up for this free promotion by visiting mic.org and clicking on the Revive Your Ride! logo at the top right of the screen. The deadline to register as a participating retailer is Dec.1.
Dealers who previously participated in Revive Your Ride! are already pre-registered for the Year-End Giveaway, however a dealer can confirm participation by checking ReviveYourRide.org, emailing RYR@mic.org, or by calling 949-727-4211 ext. 3045.
Press release posted by Mary Slepicka