Grand Prize Presented for “Embrace the Pursuit” Sweepstakes

During a recent informal ceremony, American Honda celebrated the successful conclusion of the “Embrace the Pursuit” Sweepstakes by presenting Ohio resident Nichole Straub with a Pioneer 1000-5 multipurpose side-by-side. Honda collaborated with top industry partners TrueTimber and Jack Link’s on the sweepstakes, which supported TrueTimber’s new Tekari apparel line. From over 970,000 sweepstakes entrants, Straub was selected at random as the Grand Prize winner, securing the flagship Pioneer 1000-5 featuring the new Atera camo pattern (exclusive to Honda powersports products), as well as a $500 TrueTimber gift certificate and a Jack Link’s Ultimate Prize Pack, including jerky, gear and apparel.

The presentation was held at Middlefield, Ohio, Powerhouse dealership Just for Fun Honda, with prizes delivered by American Honda Customer Engagement-Dealer Support Specialist David Wells and TrueTimber Vice President of Sales Rodney Agner.

In addition to Straub, 100 winners were randomly selected daily throughout the sweepstakes, with each winning a TrueTimber 20-liter Dry Gear Backpack and a Jack Link’s Meat Snacks 16-ounce Beef Jerky Bag.

“On behalf of American Honda, congratulations to Nichole; we hope that she and her family and friends will get years of enjoyment with the Pioneer 1000-5,” said Jeremy McGuire, Senior Manager of Customer Engagement at American Honda. “I’d also like to thank everyone who participated in the ‘Embrace the Pursuit’ Sweepstakes, as well as TrueTimber and Jack Link’s for their invaluable collaboration on this campaign. It’s a pleasure to have such passionate customers and industry partners, and we look forward to more campaigns in the future.”

“It was great to team up with our close partners at Honda and Jack Link’s to offer such a unique and exciting grand prize,” said TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “All three brands involved share an extreme passion for the outdoors, and we’re continuously trying to find fun and exciting ways to get our fans more involved and give them more opportunity to get outside. Congratulations to Nichole, and we also can’t say thank you enough to the teams involved in pulling this together.”

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