Oliver Racing Parts Joins Contingency Connection - Engine Builder Magazine

Oliver Racing Parts Joins Contingency Connection

Oliver Racing Parts will also be posting first, second and third place certificates as part of the end-of-season sweepstakes valued at $200, $100 and $75, respectively.

Oliver Racing Parts, a manufacturer of high-performance connecting rods, has joined Contingency Connection to offer a contingency program for the Automotive Engine Rebuilders Association (AERA), which includes a network of nearly 2,000 professional engine builders, rebuilders, installers and machine shops across the world.

The contingency program is part of the AERA Engine Professional Rewards Program. Oliver Racing Parts will be posting a $25 gift certificate as part of a $1,500 gift package that each participant receives from Contingency Connection. Enrollment in the program is offered at no cost to AERA members.

“Contingency Connection is a fantastic way for us to connect directly to the engine builders that use our products,” said Joseph A. Moch, president and CEO of Oliver Racing Parts. “Even better, participants will have chance to learn for themselves how well our products perform.”

Those interested in more information about Contingency Connection’s Rewards Program can visit www.contingencyconnection.com. For more information about Oliver Racing Parts, visit www.oliverracingparts.com.

 

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