Win An iPad 2 With Wheels To Lease

It started with a Free Car Giveaway, continued with dozens of free GPSs, and is now celebrating Purim by giving away an iPad 2. Yep, it’s Wheels To Lease’s Year of Giveaways – a celebration of their 20 years of serving the Jewish community with unbeatable prices and exceptional customer service. 

To enter, all participants have to do is join the Wheels to Lease email list. 

“We’ve been in businesses for over two decades, and I felt like it was a good time to give back to the community who have been loyal to us for all these years,” says CEO Shlomie Hershkop. “And what can be more fun than giving away an iPad on Purim?” 

To enter the contest for a chance at winning the iPad 2, head over to the Wheels To Lease website at www.wheelstolease.com/joinemaillist.

Already on the Wheels To Lease email list? Great! You’lll be automatically entered into the contest.   

Wheels To Lease had been serving the Jewish community for over two decades, providing top of the line cars at the best possible prices. With their exceptional customer service, they are proud to call 30,000 families their loyal customers. For more info on Wheels To Lease, visit www.wheelstolease.com or call (718) 871 – 7749.

(Wheels To Lease is a TLS sponsor).

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4 COMMENTS

  1. To BONDO – The only requirement to enter is to have an e-mail address.

    To chana – To each their own discretion. Is your wifi, 3g/4g, and internet connection disabled as well?

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