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CST is Giving Away Ancla ATV Utility Tires!

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CST is currently reaching out to our ATV fans by giving away five sets of 25" Ancla ATV utility tires on the CST Facebook page. With five winners, the odds are pretty good!

This round features the Ancla ATV utility tires. Each set is offered in AT25X8-12 4PR fronts and AT25X10-12 4PR rears. The Ancla has a sweeping tread design, which provides superior traction on all types of terrain.

Fans can enter the current sweepstakes, which runs until Thursday, August 29th by liking the CST Facebook page and using the sweepstakes app here: http://woobox.com/7co9gy/3zzub1. Entrants can even earn a bonus entry for every friend who enters the sweepstakes through a shared post-entry link!

Don’t miss out on your chance to win a set of CST Ancla tires! Visit the CST Facebook page and enter today! And be sure to check out the new CST website at CSTTires.com!

About CST Tires

CST brand tires are offered by Cheng Shin Rubber Ind. Co. Ltd. (Cheng Shin Tire). Employing more than 20,000 people, Cheng Shin Tire is the largest manufacturer of bicycle tires in the world and offers products in many other categories as well. Distributed in more than 150 countries, the CST brand covers a wide range of market segments. CST products include tires and tubes for bicycles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, autos, trucks, forklifts, agricultural and lawn and garden equipment. For more information, visit www.CSTtires.com .

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