Harvick Completes the Sweep in Phoenix Fans Can Now Visit Goodwrench.com to enter the Victory Lane Savings Promotion Avondale, Ariz., (April 24, 2006) -- "Happy" is back! After Saturday nights Subway Fresh 500 victory at Phoenix ...
Harvick Completes the Sweep in Phoenix
Fans Can Now Visit Goodwrench.com to enter the Victory Lane Savings Promotion
Avondale, Ariz., (April 24, 2006) -- "Happy" is back! After Saturday nights Subway Fresh 500 victory at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR), GM Goodwrench driver Kevin Harvick has given all GM customers and NASCAR fans a chance to win too.
Throughout the 2006 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series season, anytime the No. 29 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS is first past the checkers, the first 5,000 people who visit www.Goodwrench.com starting at 3 a.m. Eastern Daylight time the Monday after the win can celebrate with a $10 mail-in rebate on a customer-paid Goodwrench service(s) and/or part(s) on a GM vehicle from a participating GM Goodwrench dealership in the United States.
"It is pretty cool that we just kicked off this promotion and have already given our GM Goodwrench fans a chance to win too," said Harvick. "I hope we can give GM customers many more opportunities to participate."
Participants will need to print a GM Goodwrench Victory Lane Savings Rebate certificate and submit it, along with a copy of an eligible work order from the dealership, to claim this rebate. The certificate will be available from 3 a.m. Monday through 3 a.m. Friday following the win by the No. 29 GM Goodwrench/Reese's team, or until 5,000 rebate certificates have been printed, whichever comes first. To be eligible, the vehicle service(s) and /or part(s) purchase must take place within 30 days and be submitted within 60 days of the date on the certificate.
With Saturday night's victory, Harvick became the first driver to win in all three of NASCAR's top series at PIR. He won the Busch Series race on Friday night and carried over that momentum into Saturday evening's Cup Series event to complete the weekend sweep. Harvick also won a Truck Series race at PIR in 2002 and 2003 in his own truck helping him secure NASCAR's version of the Triple Crown.
Harvick started 15th for the Subway Fresh 500 and after lap 68 of the scheduled 312-laps, he and the No. 29 GM Goodwrench/Reese's Chevrolet became a mainstay in the top-10 and top-five for the rest of the race. The Bakersfield, Calif., native eventually took the lead on lap 302 and never looked back. Harvick held the top spot for the remaining 10 laps of the race and climbed one more position in the driver point standings. He now sits in the 8th spot, 174 markers out of first.
"We didn't have the best car all night, but we had the best car when it counted," said Harvick. "It was a great night for our GM Goodwrench team."