An exotic helmet and a wild promotion make for quite the tax day moto refund
PHILADELPHIA, PA – March 21, 2012 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – RevZilla.com, the leading online retailer of technical motorcycle apparel, has just announced its “Carbon Fiber Refund” giveaway. On the promotion’s Tax Day culmination, a lucky RevZillaTV Youtube Subscriber will be chosen to win a $3,995 hand-made Arai Corsair V Race Carbon Helmet, one of the most exotic and technical motorcycle products ever built. The winner will be announced in RevZilla’s April Sales & New Product Youtube Video released on Monday, April 16th at 9am EST.
“We were going for a steaming loaf of moto-epic with a dash of ridiculous; all served up at tax time,” quips Anthony Bucci, Co-Founder of RevZilla.com concerning the promotion. “The average tax refund check might get you the Corsair V Race Carbon’s utilitarian sister, the regular Corsair V, but not this exotic lady which comes with a price tag of almost four grand. We love the idea of really spoiling our TeamZilla followers.”
The Arai Corsair V Race Carbon helmet was developed using Arai’s F1 helmet program technology and is almost a full half pound lighter than their already light Corsair V Helmet worn by top motorcycle pros the world over. RevZilla.com will be selling and stocking most sizes of the made-to-order carbon fiber masterpieces over the Spring of 2012.
Contest and helmet details as well as the simple giveaway entry form can be found at www.RevZilla.com/carbon. Deadline for submission is April 14th 2012 at midnight Eastern time.
RevZilla Motorsports, LLC (http://www.revzilla.com) sells motorcycle apparel, parts and accessories while offering expertise, content and a level of service that motorcycle riders need to make decisions, but is not available anywhere else. RevZilla is among the top 1% of Arai Helmet dealers in the world, in addition to being one of the leaders in Icon Helmets and Shoei Helmets in the industry.
About Arai Helmet America’s, Inc
Arai is a small ans specific company with a mission to build safer, more comfortable and better-fitting helmets. For over 50 years, Arai has not made motorcycle helmets; it’s made Arais.