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Enter to Win in the KAHUNA DL GIVEAWAY Presented by Maxxis & Kona!

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Enter to Win in the KAHUNADL GIVEAWAY Presented by Maxxis & Kona!

To celebrate the upcoming milestone of 50,000 likes on Facebook, Maxxis has partnered with the Kona Bicycle Company for their latest sweepstakes. Fans can enter the sweepstakes for the chanceto win a 2013 Kona Kahuna DL bike and a Maxxis bookbag full of great swag.

From 11:00 AM EST Friday, June 6 until 5:00 PM EST on the day that Maxxis reaches the benchmark of 50,000 likes, fans of the Maxxis Facebook page can enter thesweepstakes once per day. To increasetheir odds of winning, fans can share and post links to the giveaway, gainingan extra entry for every friend who enters the sweepstakes from the shared link. Once the Maxxis Facebook pagereaches 50,000 likes, the winner will be chosen at random.

The winner will receive one 2013 Kona Kahuna DL, outfitted with a set of Maxxis Ikon tires, and a Maxxis bookbag packed full with a set of Ardents, a set of Crossmarks, a 10-in-1 Bike tool, a USB car charger and more.

To like the Maxxis Facebook page and enter the sweepstakes, click here. Follow these links to learn more about the KonaKahuna DL and our high-quality Ikon tires. For more great content, fans should also likethe Kona Facebook page.

Good luck!

About Maxxis International

For over 46 years, Maxxis International has delivered high-quality tires to both original equipment and aftermarket customers. Maxxis offers products for automotive,light truck, motorcycle, ATV, bicycle, lawn & garden and industrial use. Thecompany has operations in Asia, Europe and North America, and its products aredistributed in approximately 170 countries. For more information, please visit

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