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DMA Announces 2019 NCAA Basketball Bracket Challenge Promotion For Aftermarket Distributors

All brackets must be completed and submitted just before tipoff of the first scheduled play-in game on Tuesday, March 19.

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DMA Sales (DMA), a Tabor City, North Carolina-based parts manufacturer and supplier to the automotive aftermarket, is inviting distributors and their employees to take part in its 2019 NCAA Basketball Bracket Challenge promotion.

“We have held this promotion several times in past years and it has always gotten a lot of participation. This year we are going bigger than ever in our prize giveaways,” said John Treece, president and CEO of DMA. “It’s always a lot of fun, especially in the years with Cinderella team upsets.”

The NCAA men’s Division I basketball tournament starts on March 19-20, culminating with the national championship game on Monday, April 8.

“This is where the fun begins,” the company said in a news release. “If you are a distributor or work for a distributor within the automotive aftermarket, then you are invited to participate. Go it alone by playing an individual bracket, or team up with co-workers.”

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All brackets must be completed and submitted just before tipoff of the first scheduled play-in game on Tuesday, March 19.

For information on how to enter and submit your bracket selection, visit DMA’s website.

A perfect tournament bracket receives a new 80-inch flat-screen TV, as well as the first-place prize, a $500 gift card.

The second-place winner receives a $300 gift card, while the third-place winner receives a $200 gift card.

“I’m ready to give away a brand new 80-inch TV,” said Jimmy Thomas, DMA’s manager of distributor sales and the new host of DMA’s popular ‘Word on the Street’ YouTube series. “And just for entering the promotion, all entrants will receive a limited-edition bottle opener coaster. It’s very cool. With DMA, everyone is a winner.”

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