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Continental Tire Kicks-Off New GPS Promotion - Web Exclusive

Magellan Roadmate 2035 free with purchase of four Continental tires totaling $499 or more.

Greg Emmerson
Sep 2, 2011

Continental Tire is helping consumers stay on track by bringing back its wildly popular GPS promotion. Running Sept. 1 through Oct. 15, consumers who purchase four Continental-brand tires valued at $499 or more will receive a free Magellan Roadmate 2035 GPS system (purchase price excludes tax, fees and road hazard insurance policies).

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"Our GPS promotions have been far and away the most popular and successful promotions we've had," said Travis Roffler, director of marketing, Continental Tire. "Our customers wanted us to bring it back, and we listened - just in time to send their kids off to college with a new set of tires and a GPS to keep them safe on the road."

The Magellan Roadmate's 4.3" screen offers clear, easy-to-view maps, audio navigation and lifetime traffic alerts.

By Greg Emmerson
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