DuPont Launches Hot Hues Calendar Competition - BodyShop Business

DuPont Launches Hot Hues Calendar Competition

Winners will be featured on 2011 calendar and receive cash prizes.

Owners of vehicles painted with DuPont Refinish, Hot Hues or Cromax Pro products can compete for cash prizes and to have their cars or trucks appear in the 2011 DuPont Hot Hues calendar. There is no entry fee, and entries can be submitted using a new online submission process.

Entrants must be at least 18 years of age at time of entry and a legal resident of the United States or Canada. Entries may be motorized passenger automobiles (import or domestic), trucks, or motorcycles, provided they are finished exclusively with DuPont Hot Hues Custom Finishes, DuPont Refinish or Cromax Pro Products. Entrants must own or have finished the vehicle entered into the competition.

Judging will be based on “best use of color,” including finish quality, technical difficulty and design originality.

Winners will be notified by June 30 from among all eligible entries received.

There will be 12 winners selected, with each winner receiving a cash prize of $500. There will be one Grand Prize Winner, selected from the 12 winners, who will receive an additional $2,000 cash prize.

All winners will have a professional photo shoot of their vehicle and receive 35 copies of the 2011 DuPont Refinish Hot Hues calendar. The Grand Prize winner will also be featured on the cover of the calendar.

To enter the contest:

Entries must be made using the online registration form at Entrants must upload two photos of the vehicle.

More than one vehicle may be submitted per entrant, but each vehicle must be entered as a separate competition entry.

Deadline to enter is 11:59 PM ET on June 27.

Complete competition rules and entry requirements can be found at

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