April 1, 2013 (Toronto, ON) - Proud supporter of the Toronto Blue Jays, Honda Canada will help kick-off one of the most anticipated seasons in recent memory by hosting the sold out Honda Opening Night on April 2nd. One lucky Blue Jays fan will leave Rogers Centre as the winner of the award-winning, Canadian-built 2013 Honda CR-V EX-L compact SUV.
The winning won’t stop there. The second place winner will take home one of the hottest machines on two wheels - the all-new coveted Honda CBR500R and an accredited learn-to-ride motorcycle training course.
The third place winner will take home a complete Honda Lawn Package just in time to make their yard look as good as the outfield. The package includes a Honda HRR2169PKC Lawnmower with MicroCut twin-blade system, the light-yet-powerful Honda HHT25SLTC Trimmer, and the clean and quiet Honda FG110K1C Tiller, all powered by Honda 4-stroke engines.
These three fans will be chosen at random and will compete for the grand prize 2013 Honda CR-V during the game when Honda, the Official Vehicle of the Toronto Blue Jays™, hosts a sold-out crowd against the Cleveland Indians.
“At Honda Canada, we know how important it is to have a strong lineup” said Dave Jamieson, Assistant Vice President, Honda Canada. “Like Honda, the Blue Jays have made impressive improvements over the last year in preparation for what’s sure to be an electric season.”
Full contest rules at www.bluejays.com. No purchase necessary. Full product information is available at www.honda.ca.
About Honda Canada
Honda Canada Inc. was founded in 1969. It has produced more than 6 million cars and trucks since 1986 at its two manufacturing facilities and builds engines at a third manufacturing plant in Alliston, Ontario, where the Honda Civic and CR-V models are manufactured. Honda Canada has invested more than $2.6 billion in Canada and each year it sources nearly $1.1 billion in goods and services from Canadian suppliers. Honda Canada has sold more than 3.7 million Honda and Acura passenger cars and light-duty trucks in Canada.