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Capture Your Need For Speed With Continental Tire

Buy some Contis, get an iON Air Pro WiFi Lite-Camera or 70 bucks

Mar 7, 2014
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Capture Your Need For Speed With Continental Tire Details:

  • Buy 4 Conti tires for a total of $499 or more to receive an iON lipstick cam or $70 Visa gift card
  • Conti product in the film includes ExtremeContact, ContiSportContact and PureContact lines
  • Visit your local Continental dealer for more info on the promotion
  • DreamWorks Studios’ Need For Speed (NFS) film opens March 14

We’re just days away from the March 14 opening of DreamWorks Studios’ Need For Speed (NFS) film, and Continental Tire is marking the occasion with a new promotional campaign. Now through April 4, folk who purchase four Continental passenger or light truck tires for a total of $499 or more will receive an iON Air Pro WiFi Lite-Camera or a $70 VISA gift card.

As you might have guessed, Conti provides the rubber for the exotics and sports cars featured in NFS. The Torino driven by Aaron Paul’s character, Toby Marshall, flosses ExtremeContactTM DW UHP tires, as do the Koenigsegg’s, Bugatti’s, Saleen S7’s, Spano’s and McLaren’s throughout the movie. Mustangs in Need for Speed sport ContiSportContactTM 3 and 5P soles, while Continental’s newest luxury and all-season tire, the PureContactTM, dresses the Dodge Charger police cars.

Visit your local Continental Tire dealer for more information on the “Capture Your Need For Speed” promotion. For a dealer near you, visit www.continentaltire.com. And join in the conversation about the movie on Twitter (@continentaltire) at #NeedForSpeed.

Movie captures provided by Need for Speed

CT14 NFS Promo SIM 640x480 Photo 2/9   |   CT14 NFS Promo SIM 640X480
Cop car fiery crash need for speed movie Photo 6/9   |   Cop Car Fiery Crash Need For Speed Movie
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