NGK Spark Plugs of Canada has announced the first batch of winners in its Plug Pro contest. Each received a $100 certificate toward NGK Store Catalog merchandise. The contest asks members of the NGK Plug Pro aftermarket trade program to answer questions on spark plugs and ignition systems, with 20 winners chosen each month. Questions are contained on a card sent to Plug Pro members with their issue of Jobber News Magazine and L’Automobile. Winners of the August contest are: Dennis Teigen, Miller & Wyatt Ltd., Kelowna, B.C.; Richard Larocque, UAP/NAPA Prince George, Prince George, B.C.; W.J. Sotski, York Auto Supply 1976 Ltd., Yorkton, Sask.; Bob Sanders, UAP/NAPA Auto Parts – Fort Ignition, Swift Current, Sask.; Dale Niemetz, Reliable Engine Services, Edmonton, Alta.; Shelley Mclarty, Trio Auto Supply, Sault Ste Marie, Ont.; Jeff Sokolik, Turnball Automotive, Windsor, Ont.; Bill Dixon, B & B Dixon Automotive, Newmarket, Ont. ; Herb Mackenzie, Action Automotive & Industrial Supply, Newmarket, Ont.; Paul Stewart, UAP/NAPA Pickering, Pickering, Ont.; Drew Andress, Odrowski Automotive & Industrial, North Bay, Ont.; C E Powers Pinkus, Pinkus Tire & Battery, Williamsburg, Ont; Mike Hyde, UAP/NAPA Georgetown, Georgetown, Ont. ; Sherry Claver, UAP/NAPA Georgetown, Georgetown, Ont.; Charles Binkle, Ideal Supply Co. Ltd., Listowel, Ont.; Bob Hart, Radar Auto Parts, Clinton, Ont. ; Leo Visconti, Pieces D’Auto Probec, Montreal, Que.; Dave Young, Auto Machinery/Eastern Automotive, Fredericton, N.B.; Louis Landry, Modern Auto Supply, Tracadie-Sheila, N.B.; Patricia Harris, Shelburne Auto Parts Ltd., Shelburne, N.S.