This is a great way for our military to express how the freedom to drive - no matter where - is part of the American culture and provides lifelong memories that affect us all.
Woodbury, New York (PRWEB) June 08, 2015
Overseas Military Sales Corporation (OMSC) announced today that their new global brand, Military AutoSource (MAS) will celebrate and honor the Military with a contest that provides 10 military families with Free Gasoline for a Year.
Entrants simply tell compelling stories about their greatest road trip by posting photos, videos and stories at http://www.militaryautosource.com/freegas. The more likes, shares, comments and votes a story gets the better the chances of winning. Active military or their families can enter the contest as they convey emotional stories about the friendships, bonds and memories that made the road trip so important in their lives.
10 Worldwide Winners
The contest began June 1, 2015 and continues through July 31, 2015. A total of 10 winners will be selected. Each winner receives a prepaid gift card valued at $1,500. “This is a great way for our military to express how the freedom to drive - no matter where - is part of the American culture and provides lifelong memories that affect us all. We are proud to celebrate and honor the Military and their sacrifice by giving back to the community with this great opportunity to drive free for a year,” states, David Goldring, OMSC’s Chief Executive Officer. Official rules and regulations are posted at http://www.militaryautosource.com/freegas/rules.
Overseas Military Sales Corporation, through its subsidiaries, markets and distributes vehicles to military personnel in the United States and internationally. It offers cars, trucks, SUVs and motorcycles. The company, founded in 1961, is based in Woodbury, New York with additional offices in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Overseas Military Sales Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Military Car Sales, Inc.
Military AutoSource provides new, U.S. specification automobiles to active duty military, civilian, DOD employees and the diplomatic community stationed outside the United States. The on-base division was exclusively selected to perform this role since the AAFES/NEXCOM program was authorized by the U.S. Congress in the mid-1960s.