Eligibility : Toyota Racing’s Sponsafy Your Ride Contest (the “Promotion”) is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are at least thirteen (13) years old at the time of entry  and who did not purchase any products, services or equipment for the purposes of entering this Promotion.

Promotion Period : The Toyota Racing’s Sponsafy Your Ride Contest begins at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on February 12, 2010 and ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on March 15, 2010 (the “Promotion Period”)

How To Enter : During the Promotion Period, visit sponsafier.com and follow the links and instructions to register

Prize (s):

(a) For Contest:

ONE (1) CONTEST GRAND PRIZE: The opportunity to see your Design applied to a two-seater NASCAR show car and a trip package for two (2) (winner and a travel companion) to view the NASCAR Sprint® Cup All Star Race to occur in Charlotte, NC on May 22, 2010.  Trip package includes roundtrip, coach-class air transportation for two (2) from a major U.S. gateway airport near winner’s home (determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion) to an airport in or near Charlotte, NC; five (5) nights standard accommodations (single room, double occupancy) at a hotel of Sponsor’s choice; tickets for two (2) to the 2010 NASCAR Sprint® All Star Race on May 22, 2010; two (2) tickets to the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Pit Crew Challenge Presented by Craftsman; two (2) tickets to the 2010 NASCAR Rev’d Up event with up close and personal access; two (2) tickets to a 2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race; access to the Toyota Hospitality Suite for the 2010 NASCAR Sprint® All Star Race viewing; roundtrip transportation between hotel and race track; a meet and greet with winner-selected NASCAR driver based on their selection while on the “Sponsafy” site (driver meet and greet subject to change based on any conflicts which might arise); a prize pack consisting of Sponsor selected Toyota Racing Gear (size, type and style of gear selected by Sponsor in its sole discretion); and $500 spending money for incidental costs.ARV: $4005.

TEN (10) FINALIST PRIZES: A customized, decorative helmet featuring finalist’s “Sponsafied” car graphics.  Size of helmet and design/layout of graphics selected by Sponsor in its sole discretion.  ARV: $1,250.

(b) For Sweepstakes:

ONE HUNDRED (100) SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY PERIOD GRAND PRIZES  (for winners who entered via the process set forth in Section 5, above): A Toyota Racing branded Quench Tumbler.  ARV: $11.95.

ONE HUNDRED (100) SWEEPSTAKES VOTING PERIOD GRAND PRIZES  (for winners who voted via the process set forth in Section 6, above): A Toyota Racing branded Circle Key Tag.  ARV: $3.95.

Winners : Winners’ List requests will only be accepted after the promotion end date (listed above) and no later than August 23, 2010.  For the Winner List, send an email with subject line: “Toyota Racing’s Sponsafy Your Ride Contest, Winners’ List Request,” to WinListRequests@eprizefulfillment.com

3 COMMENTS

  1. I have left 6 design cars in the last week and all are still pending…….I think its a fake……the two designers of all the cars under “feature” are employed by the web company…

  2. the site stinks. i am having trouble. i have registered multiple times since monday. i follow all the directions. i submit, it returns with “your account hasn’t been activated”. i keep trying.

    i have emailed (replied) saying there is a problem. nothing happens.

    something needs to be done.

    toyota couldn’t help, either.

  3. I entered this contest. I did not have any problems registering or activating my account. However, I did have problems getting my graphics approved. Since my design featured tigers, I had to draw the artwork myself (since I didn’t happen to have any tiger photos on hand that I took myself). Although, I worked really hard on the drawings & design, the hardest part of this contest is to get people to vote. My entry has a little over 60 votes — leaders in this race have tens of thousands of votes. I don’t know how they’ve done it. Yep, my Tiger design, Roar II, is almost dead last in this rate. Personally, I think watching a real race is like watching paint dry, but I wanted to win the prize for my husband, a NASCAR fan since birth who has been through hell and back due to medical problems. Here is my entry — voting is moot at this point, but it would be nice to know if people liked it…. http://www.sponsafier.com/share/175949

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