Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Oct 01, 2020 - The Dream Chopper Competition is currently accepting registrations for those interested in participating for the chance to win a customized bike from Paul Teutul Sr.!
Dream Chopper is the first competition of its kind: an online voting competition where those registered have the chance to receive a dream bike built by Paul Teutul Sr. from Orange County Choppers. The grand prize also includes a feature in an upcoming episode with the crew from Orange County Choppers. Bikers and bike enthusiasts from all over the world can register now to compete at www.dreamchopper.com. For those interested in voting and showing their support for their favorite rider, voting will open on October 26th, 2020.
The Dream Chopper Competition also functions as a cause-based marketing campaign benefitting the Hudson Valley SPCA, which is a no-kill animal sanctuary that is near and dear to the hearts of Paul Teutul Sr. and his partner Joannie Kay, who both sit on the board for the organization. The non-profit solely receives funding from donation contributions, which means the Orange County Choppers affiliation with the Dream Chopper Competition could serve as a big win for the animals.
“All of us at the Hudson Valley SPCA are very excited to be a part of the 2020 Dream Chopper Competition,” said Kay. “This upcoming competition will not only be exciting, but it will also be life-saving. The Hudson Valley SPCA is a NO-KILL sanctuary dedicated to rescuing, sheltering, and defending animals while actively seeking loving, forever homes for them.”
Those interested in participating in the upcoming 2020 Dream Chopper Competition can navigate directly to www.dreamchopper.com to register.
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