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Win a Rad Ride in Bilstein "Just Add..." Sweepstakes

Trip to 2013 SEMA Show Included

Toni Avery
May 28, 2013

Bilstein, the world's leading manufacturer of monotube gas pressure shock absorbers, has created a special "Just Add..." sweepstakes that offers entrants a chance to win a super cool, tuned-up ride. And even better, the lucky winner gets to pick up their new vehicle at the 2013 SEMA aftermarket extravaganza this November. Double bonus!

From now until August 1, fans can enter the sweepstakes and vote for one of three rides: a Ford Mustang GT, Ford F-150, or a BMW 335i. And if you sign up for email updates at the "Just Add..." website (, you can also help pick what mods -- supplied by major players in the aftermarket industry -- will be fitted to each car.

When the voting ends, Bilstein will announce the winning vehicle shortly thereafter. Folks can still enter the sweepstakes after the announcement of the vehicle until October 7, when the sweepstakes concludes. The lucky winner will then be announced a few days later and will receive flight, hotel and entrance to the SEMA show, where they'll pick up their new ride and get to fully experience the exclusive Vegas event, which takes place from Nov. 5-8. In case you don't know, SEMA is one of the world's premiere trade shows and is not open to the public.

For more info or to enter, be sure to visit:

By Toni Avery
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