Time to Get Your #NewCarFace Game On with Cars.com
While this post was sponsored by Cars.com, the story is true.
Let me tell you a little story. Once upon a time, in a far off land called Denver, CO a young girl bought her first ever car. This car was special as it was the first big ticket item this young girl ever made (not counting her vast amounts of handbags and shoes). She washed it, drove it carefully, named it Red, and of course made all her monthly car payments on time. Our young girl was proud to finally be acting like an adult.
While our young girl was profoundly advanced most areas of shopping, car shopping was not one of them. All she knew was she wanted something pretty and that wouldn’t breakdown all the time, I suggested a Civic Type R. Thankfully, she was greeted by a friendly sales women who understood and asked all the right questions. Her Red was perfect and suited her needs just fine, even if she was a little more than what the young girl wanted to pay. If you’re in a similar situation and are not sure on the type of car you want to purchase or the finances of getting a car seems too much for you, why not look into something like ICL, who consider their customers’ needs and give a truly personal service whilst maintaining competitive prices. It’s worth a look.
Then, she got the call, she was moving from her far off land to the majestic kingdom of New York City. She was so excited with all the shopping to be done and musicals to be seen. It was a dream come true. Then the young girl realized that this car she just bought could not make the trip with her as New York City was just not a place for a sporty 4-door. She thought after reading reviews on ravenoffroad.com and purchasing some recommended car accessories, the car may be more suitable for New York, however, it wasn’t. This new realization made her sad.
If you haven’t guessed, this is my true story. I bought a car and then less than a year later moved to New York, leaving the car behind with my parents. I spent the next 5-years paying off a car that I only ever drove when I went back home to visit. Thankfully, you have the chance to avoid such fate thanks to Cars.com #newcareface contest, as they are taking the drama out of new cars by helping to pay off the lucky winners loan up to $25,000.
From now till April 17th, new car owners can enter the newcarface contest to have their car paid off, up to $25,000, and entering is super easy.
How to Enter:
On Twitter: Upload a photo of your new car + happy new car face. Use #newcarface and mention/tag @carsdotcom in your post.
On Instagram: Upload a photo of your new car + happy new car face. Use #newcarface and mention/tag @carsdotcom in your post.
On Facebook: Post a photo of your new car + happy new car face on the Cars.com Facebook wall (as a new post). Be sure to use #newcarface for your entry to be valid.
Rules and Considerations:
Participants can only submit 1 entry during the promotional period
Open to legal US residents (excluding MD, NJ and TN), 18+ who hold (or whose immediate family member holds) a qualifying vehicle loan or lease. Contest ends 4/17/15 at 12:00:00 pm CST. Prize value up to $25k. Subject to the Official Rules at http://bit.ly/1xCYZ5e. See Official Rules for full details, including eligibility criteria and qualifying vehicle restrictions. Sponsor: Cars.com, a division of Classified Ventures, LLC.
Please do not include any personal information, like your license plate number.
A “New Car” is considered a new or used car bought or leased on or after 1/1/2012.
So what are you waiting for, hurry up and get your new car face on.