The 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game Contest
Enter to WIN a TRIP for 4 to the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend.
The Prize consists of the opportunity for the confirmed winner and 3 Guests to travel to St. Louis, Missouri to attend 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend.
- round trip transportation
- accommodation for the confirmed winner and his/her Guests for 2 nights
- 4 general admission tickets to attend the 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Game
- 4 general admission tickets to attend the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Skills
Travel must take place between January 24, 2020 and January 26, 2020
The Prize has a total approximate retail value of CAN $5,100 CAD
To enter this contest, simply fill out the easy online entry form at the link below.
- Single Entry with one bonus entry
- Open to Canada Only
- Excludes Quebec
- Age of Majority
This Honda Contest Ends January 10,2020
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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Is a Japanese corporation that was founded in 1946 and incorporated in 1948.
Honda’s headquarters is located in Tokyo, Japan with assembly plants located around the world.
Honda Canada has its headquarters located in Markham, Ontario.
The company is well known for its automobiles, motorcycles, power equipment, all-terrain vehicles and aircraft.
In August 1963, Honda’s first production automobile went on sale as the T360 Mini Pick-up Truck.
In October 1963, the first car was produced. It was the S500 Sports Car.
In 1986 the Honda Acura was introduced into the luxury vehicle market.
In 1992 and 1993 Honda was at risk of a hostile takeover by Mitsubishi Motors.
Honda’s vehicle lineup varies by country, but the global line up of vehicles include the Accord, Civic, CR-V, CR-Z, Fit, Insight, Legend and 2 versions of the Odyssey.
The Honda Odyssey minivan and the Ridgeline were both designed, engineered and produced primarily in North America.
Honda began production of motorcycles in 1955 and is now the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Japan.
In 1982 Honda Racing Corporation was formed.
Honda’s motorcycle models include mopeds, light motorcycles, on-road models, off-road models, dual-purpose models, motocross models, racing models, scooters, and all-terrain models.
In 1953, the H-type engine went into production.
Honda power equipment includes:
- Robotic lawn mower
- Riding mower
- Hedge trimmer
- Generator, welding power supply
- Outboard engine
- Inflatable boat
- Electric 4-wheel Scooter
- Compact Household Cogeneration Unit