MAHLE Aftermarket Inc. recently announced the “Train to Gain Challenge” eLearning promotion that gives participants the opportunity to win an array of prizes upon the completion of online product training modules. The five modules are designed to provide essential information about key MAHLE Aftermarket product categories, including engine bearings, gaskets, filters, thermal management, and turbochargers.
“The ‘Train to Gain Challenge’ promotion was designed to encourage DIYers, retailers, and technicians to further educate themselves by completing MAHLE Aftermarket eLearning modules,” said Ted Hughes, director of Marketing, MAHLE Aftermarket North America. “Education is key in the automotive aftermarket, and the courses not only provide valuable product information, but they also include tutorials with additional technical training tips that can be applied in the field.”
Participants who complete each of the five series of courses, including a quiz at the conclusion of each series, will be entered for a chance to win an assortment of prizes, including Amazon gift cards, MAHLE Swag Packs and a special Camping Gear package. Those who complete all five training modules will receive a special, limited edition MAHLE / Richard Petty Diploma, signed by Petty himself.
One grand prize winner selected at the conclusion of the promotion will receive a prize package consisting of a trip Oct. 7-11, 2021, to Charlotte, North Carolina, including airfare for two, hotel accommodations, rental car access, a $500 Visa gift card and tickets to the NASCAR Xfinity and Cup Series races at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Oct. 9-10). The grand prize package also includes the opportunity to travel to Level Cross, North Carolina, for a “Meet and Greet” with Richard Petty and a tour of the Official Petty Museum and the Petty’s Garage performance speed shop.
To enter the “Train to Gain Challenge” promotion, visit http://elearning.mahle.com/ and when prompted, enter promotion code MAHLE2021. No purchase necessary to win. Open to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States and Washington, D.C. Participants must be eighteen (18) years of age or older.