Date published: March 11, 2011
Along with defending the rights of hobbyists across the United States and Canada, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) is now making dreams come true with a chance to attend the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Known as the SAN Challenge, SAN members will have the opportunity to compete for the grand prize: two entry passes to the show and lodging and airfare to Las Vegas for this otherwise industryonly event.
Entrants in the SAN Challenge will be responsible for identifying and signing up new members to SAN, the enthusiast grassroots political network that works to defend and promote the hobby in government. The entrant who enrolls the most new, unique SAN members by Sept. 1, 2011, will be awarded the grand prize. Ten runners-up will win a year's subscription to the Source Interlink Media automotive publication of their choice.
"This is a perfect way to do your part to ensure the preservation of the hobby," said SAN Director Mike Dingell. "SAN relies on a strong, broad, and vocal group of enthusiasts to fend off attacks aimed at dissolving our rights. Through the SAN Challenge, you can both win an opportunity to participate in the world-famous SEMA Show and play a vital role in the efforts to increase the power of our voice."
The Challenge is open to qualified U.S. and Canadian SAN members, 18 years or older. No purchase necessary. For rules and more information, log on to www.semasan.com/challenge, or contact Dingell, 202-783-6007, ext. 38; e-mail, email@example.com.