Win a 2010 Toyota Prius On Facebook
Entry information and contest rules for the "The 2010 Chicago Auto Show Prius Giveaway" are already available on the special web page which cand be accessed by following this link, and participants must be a member of Facebook in order to become a "fan" of the Fan Page and eligible for the sweepstakes.
By February 18, 10 semi-finalists will be selected with the chance to win a Prius on the final day of the Chicago Auto Show, on February 21. The semi-finalists will all meet at the Toyota exhibit and be provided identical envelopes. The envelope containing a picture of the Prius will be named the grand prize winner.
The sweepstakes is open to all legal residents, 18 years of age and older, in the states of Illinois (residing only in the counties of Cook, Dupage, Grundy, Kane, Kankakee, Kendal, Lake (IL), LaSalle, McHenry and Will) and Indiana (residing only in the counties of Jasper, La Porte, Lake (IN), Newton and Porter).
The 2010 Toyota Prius is offered in the United States in five levels with different standard equipment, with pricing ranging between $21,000 and $27,270. All Prius models come equipped with Toyota's Star Safety System package as standard, that consists of Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control (TRAC) Systems, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA), as well as with electric power steering and four-wheel disc brakes.
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I will have my 92 work horse til she dies
I now need a truck that carries a better pay load and does not bottom out with a half load of dirt or materials in it
i miss my job so much, you donot know how good you have it until you see people that have been put on hospice with the life expect of 6 mo. or less to live, they worry more about you than them self. please if you have a car find someone with bad health and no transportation so that they may be able to go shoping,family,doctors, or just sight seeing.one day a patient seen my new shoes i was wearing, she ask me could she buy them ,i told her my shoes were not for sale, however before the day was over with i gave her my shoes and i shewent home without any.about 3 weeks later my patient died she left a note telling me how much she enjoyed the shoes that i gave her and god would always provide for me like i providedfor my patients.god has done just that so be very thankful of what you haveno matter how small or cheap,its the little things that count in life not the big things.i had another patient that had no furniture in her apartment i gave her some of my furniture, the day before she died she told me to take off for thanksgiving and that she would not need me anymore she told me she love me more than her own childrenand kissed my forhead bye on thanksgiving dad her nurse called me and told me she had passed away.i am so glad of the poeple i met in my business that is why i am writing this comment so that someone might know someone in that condition that really needs helpnot because they say they do but can actually prove they need the help.