NORWELL, Mass. (Jan. 10, 2014) — Sullivan Tire & Auto Service is teaming up with New England Sports Network (NESN) for the Sullivan Tire "Bruins Dream Day Sweepstakes."
The winner of the contest will get two NESN luxury suite tickets to see the Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals NHL hockey game at the TD Garden on March 6.
He or she also will be able to hang out with NESN's Bruins broadcast team and have a private meet-and-greet with Bruins forward Gregory Campbell after the game.
Fans can enter to win at the NESN contest website through Feb. 2. There is no cost or purchase necessary to enter.
The sweepstakes is open to all legal residents of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont, who are 18 years of age or older as of Jan. 6, 2014. Sullivan Tire said the winner will be chosen through a random drawing on Feb. 4 and will be notified by mail.
"Sullivan Tire is a long-time partner and supporter of the Bruins, so this seemed like a terrific way to celebrate that partnership and reward a loyal Boston fan," said Mark Gillard, marketing executive with Sullivan Tire.
"It's been an exciting first half to the season and we wish the B's continued success as they skate towards the playoffs."
NESN is owned by the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins and reaches more than 4 million residences throughout the six-state New England region and nationally as NESN National.
Family-owned Sullivan Tire was started by Robert J. Sullivan in 1955. The dealership operates 67 retail locations and 15 commercial truck tire centers throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Maine.
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