Pro Italia Announces MotoGP Trip Giveaway
Jan 30, 2006
From a press release issued by Pro Italia:
Glendale, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2006 – Pro Italia, the nation's top seller of Italian motorcycles from Ducati and MV Agusta is proud to announce a contest for 2006 with the winner receiving a trip for two to attend the final MotoGP event of this year, in Valencia, Spain.
"One lucky winner and their guest will need to dust off their passports. Spain is one of the most exciting places in the world for motorcycle racing!" said owner Bill Nation, "The winner of our MotoGP giveaway, and their guest, will attend the final race of the year to see, feel and hear the top echelon of two-wheeled racing machines as the MotoGP class competes for the final time in 990cc form."
The grand prize for the Pro Italia MotoGP giveaway consists of round-trip airfare for two from the continental United States to Spain, hotel accommodations for three nights and two tickets to the MotoGP events on Sunday the 29th of October in Valencia. The Valencia racetrack is set in a kind of natural stadium with fantastic views from the grandstands. The combination of a location on the coast of the Balearic Sea and rabid Spanish motorcycle fans will make this a trip to remember.
The Pro Italia MotoGP giveaway can be entered two different ways.
1. Enter online at: http://www.proitalia.com/contest_motogp.html
2. At select AMA Superbike races, Pro Italia will be handing out postcards with a contest code for that weekend.
Contestants entering the Pro Italia MotoGP giveaway with that weekend's contest code have a chance to win gear and prizes in addition to having at shot at the grand prize.
The MotoGP giveaway contest ends September 15th, 2006.
Pro Italia feels that Italian motorcycles are the most stirring and enjoyable made today. Our passion for these machines is driven in part by their racing heritage. With showrooms in Los Angeles as well as Santa Barbara, Pro Italia has been selling motorcycles, parts and gear as well as providing top-quality service to the Italian motorcycle enthusiast since 1988.
Good luck to all !!