A video on how to change a clutch on a 2010 Mini Cooper has been selected as the winner of Cardone’s Technician Video Competition.
The winning entry was submitted by Brett Robbins, owner of Birdie’s Speed Shop in North Tonawanda, NY. He received the biggest combination of direct votes, social shares, likes and views to take home the $5,000 grand prize.
More than a dozen shop owners and individuals submitted original videos showing the installation or service of an underhood or undercar automotive part. All videos submitted will also be showcased on Cardone’s YouTube channel.
“This was a great opportunity to show the automotive aftermarket community at large how we can crowdsource innovative and time-honored service and installation techniques, all while having some fun,” said Cardone CEO Stan Gowisnock. “We are thrilled to award Brett Robbins the grand prize for his creativity and hard work in putting the Mini Cooper video together.”