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ATEQ TPMS Tools Announces Giveaway with Jeff Buckley

ATEQ TPMS Tools and Jeff Buckley, owner of My Father’s Shop, have partnered to give away two ATEQ VT36 tools to high schools, technical centers or colleges.

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ATEQ TPMS Tools and Jeff Buckley, owner of My Father’s Shop, have partnered to give away two ATEQ VT36 tools to high schools, technical centers or colleges. This is the second year ATEQ and My Father’s Shop have partnered to give away a tool to a school.

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This year, ATEQ is inviting schools to submit a video showing why their school could benefit from an ATEQ VT36. The contest is set to begin on October 7, 2019, to kick off the second National Car Care Month. Similar to last year’s giveaway, Facebook users will vote for the school they believe is the most deserving of an ATEQ VT36.

Giveaway Rules:

The winners from the 2018 giveaway are not allowed to win this year’s giveaway, however, participation is encouraged.

Week 1: From Monday, October 7 to Sunday, October 13, students may submit a video explaining why they need a VT36 TPMS tool and why their school is the most deserving of the tool. Schools are encouraged to be creative and there is a one entry limit per school. Submission forms will be available on ATEQ’s and My Father’s Shop Facebook pages.

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Week 2: Once the videos are collected and reviewed, ATEQ will post selected videos to ateq-tpms.com and the ATEQ Facebook page so voting can begin. From Monday, October 14 to Monday, October 21, users can vote for the school that they think should win a VT36 tool! There will be two winners.

The winners will be announced via Facebook Live on October 22.

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