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GMAC Bowl Challenge Hits the Ohio Campus on October 13th

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Oct. 12, 2007

Loud cheers. Unbelievable moves. And that's just the GMAC Bowl Challenge. The GMAC Team is hitting campus this football season on Saturday, October 13th. And it brings with it a series of events, a stellar assortment of giveaways and the opportunity for a limited number of students to register for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship.

 

On game day, the GMAC Bowl Campus Tour display will feature GM vehicles, school spirit tattoos and the chance to register to participate in the GMAC Bowl Right Stuff Challenge during the 3rd Quarter Break when Ohio University takes on EMU on October 13th.

 

The GMAC Bowl Right Stuff Challenge gives five students the chance to show off their moves. The winner will take home a $1,000 scholarship from GMAC Financial Services and Chevrolet. And everyone who competes will receive a GMAC prize pack and be entered into a random drawing for a chance to compete in the Right Stuff Challenge Finals at the GMAC Bowl in Mobile, Ala. The finals winner takes home a brand-new 2008 Chevrolet Malibu.

 

The four students picked for the GMAC Right Stuff Challenge Finals will include one participant from each conference and one write-in participant. Winners will receive airfare for two along with three-day/two-night accommodations in Mobile, Ala., $100 spending money and two tickets to the GMAC Bowl.

 

Visit gmacbowl.com for more information about the GMAC Bowl and contest rules.

 

GMAC Financial Services is a global, diversified financial services company that operates in approximately 40 countries in automotive finance, real estate finance, insurance and other commercial businesses. GMAC was established in 1919 and currently employs about 31,000 people worldwide. At Dec. 31, 2006, GMAC held more than $287 billion in assets and earned net income for 2006 of $2.1 billion on net revenue of $18.2 billion.