Schools in Canada and across North America are invited to submit a video to ATEQ TPMS Tools showing why they would benefit from receiving a free sensor activation and programming tool.
It is the second year the Livonia, Mich.-based company has run the promotion, in collaboration with Jeff Buckley, owner of “My Father’s Shop” in Midlothian, Tex.
They’ll give away two ATEQ VT36 tools to high schools, technical centers, or colleges that produce the most creative video appeal for a prize.
“This contest is available for schools in Canada,” said Emily Humpert, marketing communications specialist for ATEQ TPMS Tools. “All students from the U.S. and Canada are more than welcome to participate.”
The contest is set to begin Oct. 7, as part of the second National Car Care Month. A submission form will be available on the Facebook pages of ATEQ and My Father’s Shop.
Similar to last year’s giveaway, Facebook users will vote for the school they believe is the most deserving of an ATEQ VT36.
Watch the video announcement here:
Week 1: From Oct. 7-13, students may submit a video explaining why they need a VT36 TPMS tool. Each applicant must explain why their school is the most deserving of a tool.
Week 2: Once the videos are collected and reviewed, they will be posted to ateq-tpms.com and ATEQ’s Facebook page so voting can begin. From Monday, Oct. 14-21, users can vote for the school that they think should win a VT36 tool.
There will be two winners, both announced via Facebook Live on Oct. 22.