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LKQ announces 2014 calendar contest winner

Monday, September 23, 2013 - 09:19
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Each year LKQ invites car enthusiasts nationwide to participate in the annual Car Calendar Contest where they have the opportunity to be featured as one of the 14 finalists that will make up the 2014 LKQ Car Calendar. After an overwhelming amount of entries, the 2014 LKQ Car Calendar Contest has concluded. The voting was open to all individuals at, where participants were able to cast their vote for their favorite car or truck.

The grand prize winner is Ubaldo Bosques of Jacksonville, Fla., for
his entry of a 1963 Volkswagen Double Cab. Mr. Bosques will receive an
expense paid trip to the 2013 SEMA* Show in Las Vegas, Nevada along
with a feature on the cover of the 2014 LKQ Car Calendar, a Limited
Edition Car Calendar t-shirt, and a 24" x 36" poster of his winning

There is still another opportunity to win a trip to the 2013 SEMA* Show
and other prizes by entering the LKQ Travel Sweepstakes. Visit and enter daily until September 30, 2013 for
more chances to win.

If you are interested in receiving a 2014 LKQ Car Calendar, email the
LKQ Marketing Department at or contact your nearest location at 866-LKQ-CORP.

Stay connected with LKQ on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.

*SEMA is a trade only event.

About LKQ Corporation
LKQ Corporation ( is the largest nationwide provider of alternative collision replacement parts and a leading provider of recycled engines and transmissions and remanufactured engines, all in connection with the repair of automobiles and other vehicles. LKQ also has operations in the United Kingdom, the Benelux, France, Canada, Mexico and Central America. LKQ operates more than 500 facilities, offering its customers a broad range of replacement systems, components and parts to repair automobiles and light, medium and heavy-duty trucks.

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