International Used Truck Centers Launch ProStar MaxxForce Sweepstakes

International Used Truck Centers recently launched its "Get Used to International" sweepstakes in which the winner will receive a 2010 used International ProStar truck.

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International Used Truck Centers recently announced its “Get Used to International” ProStar MaxxForce Sweepstakes and will offer as the grand prize a 2010 International ProStar used truck powered by a MaxxForce 13 engine. Participants will also have the opportunity to win weekly prizes of $250 VISA Award Cards.

 

The sweepstakes launched in conjunction with last week’s Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY. Complete details on the sweepstakes, eligibility and instructions on how to enter are available at www.internationalusedtrucks.com.

“This sweepstakes offers our nationwide network of 17 International Used Truck Centers the opportunity to connect to their customers and prospects in a fun way,” says Thomas Schmitt, marketing manager, Used Truck Organization. “We’ll conclude the sweepstakes during the Great American Trucking Show (GATS), August 23 to 25 in Dallas, TX,” says Schmitt. “We hope to have the ProStar used truck winner on hand at GATS when we award the truck.”

Participating partners in the sweepstakes include Exide Batteries, Michelin Truck Tires, Progressive Commercial Insurance and International System1 Warranty Protection.

The winner of the 2010 International ProStar used truck will be able to select their winning truck from a number of International ProStar trucks in inventory at the time the prize is accepted. The grand prize ProStar used truck features a MaxxForce 13 engine and comes with a 12 month/100,000 mile powertrain warranty.

A wide selection of International ProStar used trucks with MaxxForce 13 engines are available through International Used Truck Centers. 

The sweepstakes runs from March 18 through August 11 and all entries must be received before 12 midnight August 11. It is open to legal residents of the United States and D.C. who hold a non-expired U.S. Commercial Driver License (CDL), and/or own, operate or manage a fleet of commercial trucks at the time of entry. 

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