AAM Group Announces 'Keys to Ride' Sweepstakes

AAM Group Announces ‘Keys to Ride’ Sweepstakes

A custom Toyota Tundra awaits six finalists at the 2023 SEMA Show.

The AAM Group announced “The Keys to Ride” vehicle sweepstakes is back for 2023, and this year it is partnering with Truck Hero to bring its resellers a chance to win a 2023 Toyota Tundra SR5 with TRD Off-Road package decked out with custom graphics and products from the Truck Hero family of brands.

The truck will be awarded to one of six lucky finalists at the 2023 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Contest Details
Resellers earn entries by purchasing the following brands from their Total Truck Centers or Performance Corner warehouse distributor from January 1 to August 31, 2023: AMP Research, AVS, BACKRACK, BAK Industries, BEDRUG, Bushwacker, Extang, HAVOC Offroad, Husky Liners, N-FAB, Retrax, Roll-N-Lock, Rugged Liner, Rugged Ridge, TruXedo, Superlift and UnderCover. Each month, certain featured brands will earn double entries, The AAM Group says.

Customers of AAM Group warehouses are automatically registered for the sweepstakes. In September, six finalists will be randomly drawn from among all qualified entrants, and on October 31 they will gather at the SEMA Show to see who chooses the key fob that starts the truck, The AAM Group says.  Each finalist will also receive a $1,000 gift card and two nights of hotel accommodations for the final drawing.

For complete sweepstakes rules and the bonus brands schedule, visit KeysToRide.com.

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