From Earthtimes.org

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas, Aug. 9 /PRNewswire/ — One lucky race fan will win a race experience package which includes tickets to the Ford 300 NASCAR Busch Series Race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 17, and the opportunity to fish with Tony Raines in the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Hot Rods & Reels Tournament benefiting the Darrell Gwynn Foundation. Raines, driver of the No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet, and the lucky winner will participate in the fishing tournament and compete for a chance to win $1,000,000.
“We are giving a lucky winner the opportunity to attend the race as a guest of RoadLoans.com and Tony Raines and then to fish for a cause with our RoadLoans driver as well,” said Chris Goodman, senior vice president and managing director for RoadLoans. “It’s not every day that you get to watch a race up close and personal and then go fishing with the driver you were just rooting for.”
The sweepstakes grand prize package includes two grandstand tickets to the NASCAR Busch Series season finale and credentials giving the winner a behind-the-scenes look at the No. 33 Chevrolet RoadLoans team and NASCAR. The grand prize package also includes airfare, accommodations and a RoadLoans.com racing prize pack of merchandise.
The winner will then have an opportunity to spend the day fishing with Raines at the benefit tournament during the November race weekend. If the “Reel in the Cash with RoadLoans” contest winner catches the largest fish during the tournament, the winner is eligible to choose one of 250 prize envelopes — one of which is worth $1,000,000 cash.
Eligible consumers can register for the “Reel in the Cash with RoadLoans” Sweepstakes from August 3 through October 15. No purchase is necessary to enter. For a complete list of rules and award dates or to register for the sweepstakes, consumers can visit http://www.roadloansracing.com/.
About RoadLoans
RoadLoans, a leading direct-to-consumer auto finance company, has partnered with Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) and Kevin Harvick, a two-time Busch Series Champion, who splits duties as the primary driver, co-owner and CEO of KHI, for the 2007 season. As one of the primary sponsors of the No. 33 Chevrolet, RoadLoans will be highlighted in 14 NASCAR Busch Series races during the 2007 season and will feature a driver lineup which includes Harvick along with NEXTEL Cup driver Tony Raines and road course specialist Ron Fellows. RoadLoans is also an associate sponsor of Harvick’s NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series No. 29 Shell Chevrolet owned by Richard Childress racing (RCR).
RoadLoans, located in North Richland Hills, Texas, specializes in new and used vehicle loans, consumer-to-consumer purchases and opportunities to refinance existing loans for customers with less than perfect credit. Through its online application process, RoadLoans streamlines the financing of a new or used vehicle. The company’s focus on customer service has earned it the Lending Tree Customer Service Excellence Award every year since the award was first presented in 2002. Launched in June 2000, RoadLoans is focused on empowering and educating people through the auto loan process and has helped tens of thousands of consumers purchase or refinance a car. For more information, visit http://www.roadloans.com/ or call (888) 276-7202.
About Kevin Harvick Inc.
Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) is a 70,000 sq. ft. facility located in Kernersville, N.C. KHI is home to the No. 33 and No. 2 Camping World truck Series teams and the No. 33 Old Spice/Bounty/RoadLoans.com/Camping World and the No. 77 Dollar General stores Busch Series teams. KHI enters into its fourth year of full-time competition in 2007 in NASCAR’s elite divisions. Please visit http://www.kevinharvickinc.com/.


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