Honda Power Equipment hosts ESPN Plus Honda Generator Giveaway

|  October 03, 2012 |

October 3, 2012toNovember 24, 2012

Collegiate Skinit Kits are available to show college team spirit on the ESPN Plus Honda Generator Giveaway prize, a Honda EU2000i Super Quiet Series generator. Pictured is a Skinit Kit featuring logos and graphics from the University of Virginia.

Honda Power Equipment has launched the third annual ESPN Plus Honda Generator Giveaway.

College football fans have the chance to win a Honda EU2000i Super Quiet Series generator by submitting tailgating pictures or videos via Facebook, Twitter or email. Twelve winners will be chosen during the 2012-2013 football season; the contest ends November 24, 2012.  Entries will be judged on originality, creativity and school spirit.

To view complete contest rules, entry details and Terms and Conditions, visit espnplus.com/home/honda.

The prize, a Honda EU2000i Super Quiet Series generator, provides up to 9.6 hours of running time on 1.1 gallon of gasoline, and with a dry weight of just 46 pounds, it can be carried and stored in small compartments. The generator has the ability to power a computer, TV, coffee pot, and small refrigerator.

Honda EU2000i Super Quiet Series generators can be customized as part of the Honda official generator Collegiate Skinit Kit program. The Skinit Kit, which allows college football supporters to customize their Honda generators, is exclusively for the Honda EU2000i Super Quiet Series portable generator.

The Collegiate Skinit Kit consists of a line of thin, flexible generator covers, each imprinted with official team logos and graphics from one of 35 different college football teams; more teams are added each month.

The Skinit Kits are designed to fit all EU2000i models, with the choke, check oil and on/off label integrated into the design.  The skins do not interfere with the safety warning or serial number label.

For more information about the Skinit Kits, visit your local Honda Power Equipment dealer or visit honda.skinit.com.

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