Thanks to our sponsor/partners, Car Clinic sweepstakes are so much fun for our listeners nationwide. And as my team and I call the winners, it’s fun for us to feel their excitement.
(PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Today, “Bobby Likis Car Clinic” host, Bobby Likis, announced his “Gas Up & Spring Into Summer” sweepstakes. Prizes include a $500 gas card from Likis; a $250 VISA card from the Renewable Fuels Association; a Passport 9500ix radar/laser detector from Escort Radar; a $200 VISA card and automotive goody box from Bar’s Leaks and Rislone; and a lambskin leather jacket from Royal Purple. To enter the sweepstakes, go to http://www.CarClinicSweepstakes.com. Deadline is 11:59:59 p.m. ET on August 14, 2013. Multiple entries accepted.
Likis reflects, “Thanks to our sponsor/partners, Car Clinic sweepstakes are so much fun for our listeners nationwide. And as my team and I call the winners, it’s fun for us to feel their excitement.” The $500-gas-card winner in Car Clinic’s last sweepstakes was Larry Smallen, just north of New York City. Smallen, the former Maintenance Superintendent for the New York City Transit Authority with responsibility for over 5,000 buses, says of Likis, “Bobby’s ability to listen and make a diagnosis on the spot is rare and gives credibility to the industry. Few people in life really enjoy what they do—and he does.” Indeed.
Winners of the "Gas Up & Spring Into Summer" prizes will be announced live on the "Bobby Likis Car Clinic" live videocast on Saturday, August 17 and August 24, from 10 a.m.–12 noon ET.
About Bobby Likis Car Clinic
“Bobby Likis Car Clinic” is the largest car-talk program/network on commercial radio, multiple web audiocasts, live video webcast (WatchBobbyLive.com), podcasts (including iTunes), iPhone, chat room, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, American Forces Radio Network & television. Car Clinic can be heard and seen on Saturdays, 10 a.m.–12 noon ET, live at WatchBobbyLive.com and on Facebook.com/BobbyLikis. Host Bobby Likis is the only car-talk host on commercial multi-media platforms named for five consecutive years to the “Talkers 250,” the prestigious list of the top 250 talk-show hosts in America.