Enter the Saturn "Devotion to Motion" Contest

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Want a free car? A free trip? What about a free gift card? Saturn is giving away hundreds of prizes in its Devotion to Motion contest giveaway. As part of the sweepstakes, the grand prize winner will receive a brand new Saturn Astra, Aura, Outlook, Sky, or Vue of their choice (total value worth up to $40,000). But wait, there's more...

The first place winner will be able to choose from one of three prize packages:

  • Entertainment Package including a big screen Philips HDTV
  • Runner's Package including registration in a 2009 marathon and special activities with an elite runner/personality
  • Green Getaway Prize Package - offering a getaway at a picturesque lodge in the mountains, putting you at nature's front door

In addition, the Saturn "Devotion to Motion" Giveaway features an online instant-win game with hundreds of prizes, so go back every day, login, and play! You could win one of the following cool prizes instantly.

  • Vehicle Navigation Systems
  • $50 American Express gift cards
  • $10 iTunes Gift Cards
  • Amazon.com Gift Codes

So what are you waiting for? It would be great to hear that a few Saturn fans won something. Remember, you have to play to win...

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