Vote for Ultra4 Off-Road Racer Contest Finalist at www.AlwaysaChampion.com

Champion Search for a Champion logo 220x188 RACER NEEDS YOUR HELP TO WIN $50,000 IN NATIONAL ‘SEARCH FOR A CHAMPION’ CONTESTWHAT:  

Maryland’s own Erik Miller has already won $10,000 and could win an additional $50,000 grand prize in the “Search for a Champion” racing sponsorship contest from Federal-Mogul’s iconic Champion brand of spark plugs, filters, wiper blades and performance chemical additives. The five contest finalists were recently announced in Daytona, Fla. by NASCAR driver and Champion spokesman Kevin Harvick. He will announce the grand prize winner on April 2.

Help encourage local residents to cast votes for the off-road racer on AlwaysaChampion.com from Feb. 27 through March 25. 

OPPORTUNITIES: 

Experience Miller’s winning racing video submission, which finished in the top five out of more than 330 entries. For more information or interview opportunities, contact Jason Clevenger at (330) 794-5929 or at jason@pinnmedia.com.

WHO:  

Erik Miller exploded onto the Ultra4 Off-Road Endurance racing scene in his 2010 rookie season, taking the Ultra4 International Endurance Series Championship and the Line Mountain Racing Series Championship in his first year. This year, Miller won the 2012 Griffin King of the Hammers, one of the sports toughest and most challenging races.

ABOUT CHAMPION:              

The Champion brand and iconic bow tie logo can be seen in virtually every form of racing worldwide. This “Performance Driven” brand now represents a broad portfolio of advanced products, including globally respected Champion spark plugs; Champion oil, air and cabin air filters; Champion wiper blades; and Champion performance additives for the automotive and lawn-and-garden markets. The “Search for a Champion” contest is the first of several aggressive initiatives designed to introduce the latest Champion technologies to millions of consumers and racing enthusiasts throughout the U.S. and Canada.

HELP THESE ULTRA4 RACERS TAKE THEIR RACING CAREERS TO THE NEXT LEVEL


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