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Eagle One Offers Car Clubs Rewards For Good Works

By October 13, 2011

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Once again this year, Eagle One car care products company is offering some great rewards for car clubs that do good works in their communities. Last year, the Colorado Springs Corvette Club won the top prize, and they're getting the word out about this year's contest.

The rules are simple - The Eagle One Golden Rule Award honors car clubs for outstanding achievement in community service. The Award is presented to the car club that Eagle One deems to have conducted the most outstanding community service program.

Eagle One will choose four regional winners in the West, Midwest, East, and South. Then a grand prize winner will be selected from among the four winning car clubs. The criteria is "the most compassionate achievement that benefited a person or group."

Eagle One and associate sponsor Valvoline will make a total donation of $1,500 to a favorite charity of that club. A $500 cash contribution will be made to a favorite charity of each of the other three winning clubs. Winning clubs will also receive a generous supply of Eagle One appearance products and Valvoline motor oil for fund-raising, as well as a custom-designed award.

You have until the end of the calendar year 2011 to enter - You need send a letter to Eagle One detailing your club's community service activities, including your most compassionate achievement. The activities you describe have to have happened during 2011 only. You may include supporting materials such as newspaper clippings, letters, and so on. Winning clubs will be notified by February 10, 2011.

There's an downloadable entry form available at the Eagle One website. Fill out the entry and send in your good works today - you won't be sorry you did!

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