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Attend the rodeo, win a Dodge truck


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Attend the Desertview Pro Rodeo each night July 24, 25, 26 at 7:30 p.m. and get a chance to win a Dodge truck. Every night during the rodeo, a booth will be set up to check the important numbers. Those numbers are your driver's license number. If the numbers of your driver's license match the last numbers of the identification number on the truck, the truck is yours.

You must be 18 years or older to win. So come on out to the rodeo, and maybe you'll go home in a new Dodge.

The Desertview Pro Rodeo is a part of the Dodge Rodeo series, a premier experience. The Price Auto Group is the sponsor of this promotion at the Desertview Pro Rodeo.

Event organizers say there are some guidelines to the contest. You must be in possession of a valid United States issued drivers license number that was issued a minimum of 10 days prior to the commencement of the promotion and you must be a permanent resident at the address on the drivers license and within a 100 mile radius of the promotion location. Current or former employees, family members, agents, successors, or assignees of the client or any promotional agency involved with this promotion shall be ineligible to participate.

In order to qualify for prize reimbursement, the last seven digits of an eligible contestant's drivers license number must match the last seven digits of a preselected winning VIN number exactly and in order.

The maximum aggregate value of the Dodge truck to be won has a value up to $30,000.

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