Friday, October 3, 2008

Win a New Car for Christmas

Charter is offering a chance to win a 2009 Civic Hybrid! If you don't know who charter is then let me help you do your homework. They are one of the leading internet, telephone and cable television providers. they make it easy to order any of the Charter services online. If you are not in the market for any of their services just register to be automatically entered to win the brand new Honda Civic Hybrid worth $24,000. Although there is no purchase necessary to win, this would be a grand time to see if switching carriers could possibly save you money.

I could certainly use a second car. Let me share some of the Hybrids's specifications with you.

The color being offered is Polished Metal Metallic. The Hybrid gets up to 45 mpg highway which definitely makes this a money saver compared to my Chrysler Town and Country. It has all fabric interior which is not such a hot option for me since I have little (messy) ones, nut I guess fabric is more eco friendly than leather...right?

It also has USB Audio Interface which I believe allows you to hook up an MP3 player. If that's the case I will also save a few dollars there. Being able to connect and Ipod or Mp3 player will allow me to cancel my husbands Sirrius satellite subscription.

Here are some other facts that my husband would probably find interesting. The Hybrid has 110-hp, 8 valve, SOHC i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine with a continuously variable transmission.

And finally the coveted MP3 Auxiliary Input Jack. This is a great car and a great giveaway. You can get signed up for the car or the service by following the Charter link above. This sweepstakes ends October 31st. Please be sure to read the complete Sweepstakes Rules because from what I understand this offer is not open to New York residence.


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