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DuPont announces winners of Acelepryn NASCAR challenge

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Winners watched NASCAR race in VIP style and met Jeff Gordon.

| December 27, 2010

WILMINGTON, Del. – DuPont Professional Products has announced the winners of the DuPont Acelepryn NASCAR Challenge and Sweepstakes. The winners of the challenge, who were the top five U.S. purchasers of DuPont Acelepryn insecticide in the designated timeframe, are Ryan Lawn & Tree, Custom Lawn Care, SavALawn, Morin Turf and MRW Lawns. In addition, The Woodstock Club won in the random sweepstakes drawing.

All six winners attended a NASCAR VIP weekend event Oct. 7-9, 2010. The weekend event included air travel for two and tickets to the Kansas City Speedway, plus the opportunity to meet and talk with legendary DuPont sponsored NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon and receive an autographed card. On race day, the winners received tickets to the NASCAR race and full access to the special DuPont hospitality tent for food and entertainment, along with the chance to win more prizes. The challenge and the sweepstakes for the DuPont NASCAR Experience ran from March 8, 2010 to July 31, 2010.

Acelepryn helps control turf-damaging white grub species as well as key surface feeders. Also, Acelepryn is the first grub control product to be granted reduced-risk status by the EPA for application to turfgrass.
 

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