Dover International Speedway Hosts Unveiling of AAA’s “Drivin’ Like Dillon” Sweepstakes Camaro ZL1
Dover, DE - RIS - Dover International Speedway hosted the unveiling of of the “Drivin’ Like Dillon” Sweepstakes car. AAA created a new sweepstakes as part of AAA’s sponsorship of Austin Dillion and the #3 machine. The company will be giving away a 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Fans will be invited to enter the sweepstakes from now through August 31. The winner of the sweepstakes will be awarded the car during the Dover fall race weekend from October 5 - 7.
Race fans are invited to go on aaa.com/dillon to enter to win. The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 will come with a AAA Premier membership for a year, a selection of AAA products/vouchers and a VIP package.
AAA has long been a part of NASCAR, and has worked with Richard Childress Racing, Dillon and the No. 3 car for the past three seasons. Along with being the title sponsor of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism, the company has sponsorship elements at three additional races. During the promotion, the car they’re giving away will be styled after the No. 3 AAA car Dillon is driving during the 2018 season including the April Richmond race, the AAA 400 Drive for Autism, the Kentucky race in July, and the Dover fall race.
These types of sweepstakes take me back to my youth, and if you get a real good look at the ride, you also will be taken back to your youth, and the day of the true muscle cars. Austin Dillon’s ride this weekend will closely resemble the sweepstakes car that some lucky fan will be able to drive home at the conclusion of the fall event at Dover International Speedway.
See you at the track.
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