This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cars.com and their #NewCarFace promotion. All words and opinions are my own.
I remember the very first time I set foot on a car dealership lot. I was still in high school, anxious to pick out a first new vehicle to take off to college. Walking up and down the row after row of shiny new cars in ever color under the sun was a little intoxicating, to be honest.
While I’d like to say I drove away in my own new car instead of jumping back in the passenger side of the vehicle I rode there in, I cannot. As I said, I was a high school kid and a used car purchased from a friend was much more my speed than trying to take on car payments and four years of tuition at the same time. I dreamed, though, of the day that I’d have that “new car face” as I signed on the dotted line.
As kids and young adults, we have a tendency to romanticize things, I think. I mean, really, who wants a car payment? Car shopping is fun, bringing home a new car is fun – paying for it, not so much.
Cars.com agrees that there are better things you could spend your money on than your car payment. So during their #NewCarFace promotion, one lucky person will have their car loan (up to $25,000) paid by Cars.com!
How to Enter the #NewCarFace Contest
- Snap a pic of you and your new car, showing your best “new car face”.
- Upload your pic to Twitter or Instagram, tag @carsdotcom and use the hashtag #NewCarFace
- If you prefer to enter via Facebook, visit the Cars.com Facebook page and leave a new all post with your photo and the #NewCarFace hashtag
- Please limit 1 entry per person
That’s it! So head out and snap that #NewCarFace and enter today!
What would you do with the money you no longer have to spend on your car payment?
The NewCarFace promotion is open to legal US residents (excluding MD, NJ and TN), 18+ who hold (or whose immediate family member holds) a qualifying vehicle loan or lease. Begins 7/29/14 at 8:00:00 am CST and ends 1/2/15 at 12:00:00 pm CST. Prize value up to $25k. Subject to the Official Rules. See Official Rules for full details, including eligibility criteria and qualifying vehicle restrictions. Sponsor: Cars.com, a division of Classified Ventures, LLC.