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Cooper kicks off spring promo, sweepstakes

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FINDLAY, Ohio (March 7, 2014) — Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. has unveiled its Spring Savings Event and the chance to win a “Roll With Cooper” prize pack.

Running through April 15, Cooper said the promotion offers up to an $80 rebate—given as a Visa prepaid card— for consumers who purchase a new set of four qualifying Cooper tires through participating dealers in the U.S., District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

Qualifying tires include:

$80 reward

  • Discoverer A/T3
  • Discoverer CTS
  • Discoverer ATP

$70 reward

  • Adventurer A/T
  • Cooper Zeon RS3-A
  • Cooper Zeon RS3-S

$60 reward

  • CS4 Touring
  • Discoverer H/T
  • Discoverer H/T Plus
  • Discoverer HT3
  • Discoverer HTP
  • Discoverer LSX
  • Discoverer LSX Plus

$50 reward

  • CS3 Touring
  • Lifeliner GLS
  • Response Touring

Findlay-based Cooper also is hosting a $1,000 prize pack social media sweepstakes. To participate, visit Cooper Tire’s Facebook page to post favorite moments of daily travels in a car, or tag #RollWithCooper on Twitter or Cooper’s newly-launched Instagram page to be entered into the grand prize drawing for a gas card and Cooper merchandise.

The tire maker said it wants to hear how drivers #RollWithCooper — whether it’s singing along to favorite songs while carpooling to school or commuting to work.

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For a look at what some other tire companies are offering in the way of spring promotions, click here.

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