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Join Speedville Pit Crew And Immediately Earn Rewards

New automotive enthusiast website to hold contest giveaway to the “Big Race” in Daytona.

speedlogo Launched on Nov. 1, Speedville.com, the Internet’s new address for performance, will give away a vacation package to Daytona as part of its “Big Race” contest. To enter, visit Speedville.com and become a “Pit Crew” member by clicking “Join the Pit Crew” in the top left corner of the page. Pit Crew members will then be entered into a contest to win a prize package for the Daytona 500 in February 2014. Winners will be drawn in January.

The Speedville Pit Crew is the heart of the Speedville.com community. Once you become a Speedville Pit Crew member, you will be eligible to earn rewards, known as Pit Crew Miles. The miles will be rewarded to users based on their participation on the site.

Commenting, social sharing and even submitting articles can earn Pit Crew members Pit Crew Miles. Pit Crew Miles can then be exchanged in the Speedville Mall for Speedville apparel, gifts, equipment and accessories.

The Speedville Mall is located in the navigation bar of Speedville.com and will open Dec. 1, 2014. “We focus our editorial coverage on what matters most to you — the fan, the builder, the hot rodder and the racer,” said Doug Kaufman, publisher of Speedville.com. “But, this is an interactive site — you’ll find plenty of opportunity to engage with the segment of performance you enjoy most.

In addition, you’ll be rewarded for engaging and contributing to this vibrant community of speed. “At Speedville, we want to hear from you, the performance and motorsports enthusiast, and as part of the Pit Crew, you will have the capability to submit articles to be published on Speedville.com,” said Brendan Baker, content director at Speedville.com. “If you follow a particular racing team or track, restore cars or are an automotive history buff, we want you. Join the Pit Crew and submit your articles, pictures and videos. Our team will review it, and then each time they publish an article of yours, you’ll receive valuable Pit Crew Miles.”

Speedville Pit Crew members also will receive the SpeedFeed newsletter, a weekly e-newsletter with the latest stories and content from Speedville.

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