To nominate a business, visit www.topperformanceshop.com. Online nominations close Monday, Oct. 7.
For the second consecutive year, the Engine Builder Performance Engine Builder of the Year Award sponsored by Driven Racing Oil will be presented at the Advanced Engineering Technology Conference in December.
But the deadline to nominate a shop is nearing — Nominations close Monday, Oct. 7.
Performance builders of all types are eligible to be named the 2013 Performance Engine Builder of the Year. Engine builders can nominate their own shops, or others can nominate performance engine building businesses.
The contest rewards the best example of creativity and innovation, training and education, merchandising and promotion, professional standards and conduct, appearance, solid business management, community involvement, business growth, achievement and victories.
The nomination process is easy.
All that is required from those submitting nominations is basic information about the engine builder and a 300-word maximum essay detailing why the business should be nominated.
A group of semi-finalists will then be selected from all entrants. Finally, a panel of judges will select three finalists, and from there the Performance Engine Builder of the Year will be chosen.
Panelists include representatives from Engine Builder and Driven, along with other experts in the performance aftermarket.
The grand prize includes $1000, a trophy, three nights of accommodations during AETC in Indianapolis, an Apple iPad and a feature story in the January 2014 issue of Engine Builder. Second and third place will receive prizes as well.
To nominate a business, visit www.topperformanceshop.com.