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Royal Purple's Show It Off At SEMA Contest

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Royal Purple's Show It Off At SEMA Contest
Posted August 5 2013 11:08 AM by 5569 
Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Upcoming Truck Events, Truck News

Royal Purple's Show It Off At SEMA Contest

The bucket list. Everyone has one. Sky dive. Climb Kilimanjaro. Run a marathon. Get a degree. Buy a house. Display truck at the SEMA Show.

Most automotive enthusiasts aspire to showcase their trucks at the SEMA Show, which is the yearly pinnacle gathering of aftermarket automotive enthusiasts, innovators, distributors, buyers, personalities and manufacturers of specialty products. There are many SEMA-worthy trucks out there with owners who, given the opportunity, would gladly put their pride and joy on display for thousands to see.

Well, premium synthetic lubricant manufacturer Royal Purple is providing that opportunity, and specifically providing that opportunity for truck owners. For its third annual Show It Off at SEMA contest, Royal Purple has added separate car and truck classes into which enthusiasts can enter to win the chance to have their vehicle featured at the SEMA show, courtesy of Royal Purple. In addition, Royal Purple will cover car registration fees, provide two SEMA badges and Royal Purple wearables, and host a dinner.

Royal Purple Communications Specialist Marlena Solomon notes, "Royal Purple has an incredibly diverse customer base that includes enthusiasts of just about every type of vehicle imaginable. By adding this new truck class, it enables thousands more enthusiasts to be a part of our most successful contest."

Sign up for the contest. Entries for the truck portion of the contest will be accepted through August 8. Royal Purple will choose five finalists to submit additional photos and a detailed spec sheet for review. A panel of editors from several truck publications will select the winning truck, to be posted on the Royal Purple Facebook page on August 26. 
Take some quality photos of your truck and enter the Show It Off at SEMA contest today!


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