TWINSBURG, Ohio (Feb. 7, 2014) — Automotive battery-charging systems provider CTEK Power Inc. launched its "Live Life Fully Charged" contest recently on its Facebook page, with charging systems as the prizes.
During February, the Twinsburg-based battery-charging systems and accessories supplier is asking Facebook users to post a picture on the company's Facebook wall of themselves and their vehicle "living life fully."
"We wanted to have some fun with this contest so we are asking CTEK fans to dig through their phone or computers and post a picture of themselves with their favorite vehicle, motorcycle, snowmobile or ATV," said Matt Ingram, regional sales manager for CTEK.
"It could be a picture of anything, such as a family road trip or somebody on their way to a motorcycle rally."
The contest runs through Feb. 28. CTEK said three winners will be selected by the firm. The first prize winner will receive CTEK's newest product, the MUS 4.3 Test & Charge Battery Charger and Maintainer.
The second prize recipient will be awarded a CTEK MUS 3300 Battery Charger and the third prize winner will receive CTEK's Battery Status Indicator Eyelet.
CTEK said this promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. Contestants are providing information to CTEK and not to Facebook. The information provided will only be used by CTEK, according to the company.
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