‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge’ will Raise Funds for Nonprofits

Here are excerpts from the press release for the GMC Terrain Charity Challenge.

‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge’ on Facebook Will Pick 3 DFW Ambassadors and 3 Charities to Compete for $20,000 and Drive GMC Terrains.

Representatives from three Dallas-Fort Worth charities will be selected to drive the all-new 2010 GMC Terrain for a month and compete on Facebook to win cash for their favorite charity during the $20,000 ‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge.’

“Our local marketing association is continually looking for ways to give back to the community. The launch of the new GMC Terrain provides us an opportunity to not only help designated local charity groups but also showcase the versatility of our new vehicle,” says Carey Williams, President of the Dallas GMC Local Marketing Association. “If you are a DFW-area driver, are passionate about a charity, and are on Facebook, you could be chosen as a GMC Terrain DFW Ambassador and compete in the $20,000 ‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge.”

Each Dallas-Fort Worth $20,000 ‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge’ Ambassador will receive a 2010 GMC Terrain crossover SUV for a month, a $400 gas card, and a Flip Video to document their GMC Terrain driving experience as they compete to win cash for their favorite charity. The Ambassadors will also have the opportunity to personally win prizes in the competition.

The $20,000 ‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge’ Ambassadors will also encourage their Facebook Friends to become a Facebook Fan of GMC DFW (www.Facebook.com/GMCDFW) and vote for the Ambassador’s selected charity. The charity with the most votes wins that percentage of the $20,000. Voting for the charities begins on November 16, 2009.

More info can be found on the $20,000 ‘GMC Terrain Charity Challenge’ info page (link).

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Contact:

Jo Trizila
TrizCom Inc.
jo@TrizCom.com
http://www.TrizCom.com

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