Beck/Arnley asks consumers why they love their car

by | Aug 16, 2018 | 0 comments

Beck/Arnley has launched the Check with Beck Sweepstakes, where drivers can be entered to win a weekend getaway just by showing off their foreign nameplate vehicles.

Beck/Arnley, The Foreign Nameplate Specialists, is a brand from Federal-Mogul Motorparts.

Through September 23, 2018, consumers are encouraged to take a photo of their foreign nameplate vehicle and then share it at www.BeckPromo.com.

Entrants should include a brief description indicating why they are passionate about their vehicle and if they have used Beck/Arnley parts for any repairs.

Approved entries will be displayed on the website, and each week, a winner will be selected at random to receive a US$500 gift card.  All entrants will also be entered for a chance to win the grand prize of a weekend getaway for two to their choice of four destinations: Las Vegas, Nevada; Napa Valley in California; New York City; or Nashville, Tennessee.

“We understand that drivers really love their foreign nameplate vehicles, and with over 24,000 parts for 1800 of these cars, Beck/Arnley is a perfect fit for consumers that want to maintain their rides with products that meet OE specifications for form, fit and function,” said Lou Kafantaris, Senior Manager, Marketing, Beck/Arnley, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.  “We’re excited to see what consumers submit to the website, and encourage everyone to participate for the chance to win a great prize package.”

Beck/Arnley recently launched an updated look for the 104-year old brand, including a new logo and a refreshed website to provide consumers with an easier method of identifying the products they need.  Featuring an enhanced part finder that provides users with a more robust look-up system, making it easier to find the right part or fluid for one’s needs, the site also debuts a modern look-and-feel.

For more information and the complete sweepstakes rules, visit www.BeckPromo.com.

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