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Calling all car clubs that would like to win a check for $3,000 for a favorite charity. Eagle One will make it a reality in a celebration of the 20th anniversary of its Golden Rule Award for car clubs. For one time only, the winning club will be selected in a random drawing from entries received. All not for profit car clubs in the U.S. are eligible and the winner will be drawn by a member of the automotive media.

In prior years the automotive appearance care products brand has honored and rewarded a car club in four regions for conducting the most outstanding community service  program in their region.  That format will be resumed in 2013.

"Eagle One wants to make the 20th anniversary of the coveted Award an event that will allow every not for profit car club in the U.S. an equal opportunity to win the sizeable donation," said Rob McCarter, brand manager.

"Eagle One is very proud of its two decades of being the only organization recongnizing and rewarding car clubs for their outstanding support of community and charitable causes," he added.

The winning club will also receive a custom-designed award and a generous supply of Eagle One premium appearance care products and Valvoline motor oil for fund-raising events. To obtain an entry form, visit www.eagleone.com from October 1 to December 15, 2012.  Entry deadline is December 31, 2012.  The winning club will be announced January 30th,  2013.

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