|January 10, 2012
Source: Audi of America
· Current Audi allroad owners are invited to tag an image and story of themselves with their vehicle via Audi’s social media channels
· Ten winners to receive a VIP trip to Deer Valley to test drive the all-new allroad
HERNDON, Va. – Starting today, Audi invites enthusiasts to share an image and brief story of themselves with their Audi allroad for a chance at winning a VIP trip to Deer Valley during the USSA Freestyle International World Cup in Park City, Utah, to test drive the all-new allroad. The “Memorable Mile” contest officially kicks off today and ends on Jan. 17, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Current Audi allroad owners can share their story and images via any of Audi social media channels, including Twitter, Google+, Flickr or Instagram. Posts must be tagged with #myallroad for consideration. For those who are not registered users of these social media sites, submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audi will select 10 winners to take part in an all-inclusive VIP trip to Deer Valley to test drive the all-new Audi allroad. Winners will be notified between the dates of Jan. 18 – 20, 2012, and must be ready to book flights within 24 hours of being selected. Travel for this trip will take place from Feb. 1 – 5, 2012. Please visit http://audi.us/allroadcontest to view the official rules.
Making its re-entry into the U.S. market for the first time since 2005, the Audi allroad returns with iconic design and functionality blended with segment-leading technology. The new features 211 horsepower with 258 pounds-foot of torque that makes it faster and more fuel efficient than its predecessor. The new allroad also features a longer wheelbase for ride comfort and more headroom for front passengers. Audi offers several advanced technology features for the allroad, including adaptive front lighting, Audi side assist, Audi connect™ with factory-installed wireless internet and onboard MMI® Navigation system with Google Earth™ maps and real-time SiriusXM Traffic information, for a true aerial view of the route.