Is your garage a total wreck? Do you have junk — okay, stuff — piled high, with no room to work? We want to see it. And we want to help you make it awesome. You need to enter the NAPA Garage Intervention Photo Contest on Facebook.
You’ll have a chance to win one of two grand prizes: a $14,000 package of tools, accessories and cabinets to help you get organized. Three other finalists will each receive a NAPA Tool Set, and the first 100 people to enter will each receive a NAPA Racing Cap signed by Martin Truex Jr.
Enter the contest here, and upload a photo of your messy garage along with a funny name or short description. Share it with your friends on Facebook. Entry is open through July 31, 2013. NAPA’s panel of impartial judges, including Martin Truex Jr. himself, will choose five finalists by August 15th. Fans may vote from among the finalists through the end of August. The two participants with the most votes will each win the grand prize.
Got a friend with a rough looking garage? Let him or her know that the NAPA Garage Intervention Photo Contest can help. If your friend becomes a finalist, you can pitch in by rallying friends and family to vote.
Keeping a garage neat and clean isn’t easy. It takes time and energy to stay organized. But if you really use your tools and equipment to work on your vehicles, you need to be able to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily. And a neat and clean garage is a safer garage, so there are plenty of reasons to keep things tidy.
Visit NAPA online to check out cabinets and bins like the ones we’re giving away in the NAPA Garage Intervention Photo Contest.
Nick Palermo is a freelance automotive writer and NAPA Know How blogger. Since becoming an auto news and reviews contributor at AutoTrader.com in 2011, he has broadened his coverage of the automotive industry to include topics like new car technology, antiques and classics, DIY maintenance and repair, industry news and motorsports. A committed advocate for automotive media professionals, Nick is a member of the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association.