SCOTTSBORO, Ala., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The field for the upcoming NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is still to be determined, but one Alabama car dealership is already raising the stakes for area basketball fans. Harbin Automotive, a dealer of new and used Ford, Lincoln and Chevrolet in Scottsboro, Ala., has announced their first-ever $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge in advance of the annual tournament, with additional prizes available to all who enter. Registration is already underway, and can be done online free of charge.
The full brackets are set to be released on Sunday, March 16th, and selections must be made prior to the 12 PM (EST) deadline on Thursday, March 20th. Any registrant to correctly select 60 or more of the 63 possible victors will be included in the $1,000,000 grand prize; if multiple entrants correctly select 60 or more winners, the prize will be divided among the top selectors.
The $1,000,000 grand prize is just one of many available prizes that can be attained via the Bracket Prediction Challenge from Harbin Automotive. Any person who correctly selects 57 to 59 winners will be eligible for the $25,000 runner-up prize, while $1,000 will be awarded for correctly selecting 55 to 56 winners. As with the grand prize, these prizes will also be divided among multiple winners should the situation arise. Additional prizes are available for correctly selecting each team to advance to the Sweet 16, and service gift cards will be awarded to the top three contestants who correctly select the most winning teams. A full breakdown of all prizes, rules, and registration information can be found here.
For all details regarding the $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge at Harbin Automotive in Scottsboro, visit the contest's website at http://harbinford.hoopspickem.com/, or call the dealership directly with any questions at 866-559-8384.
Media Contact: Shannon Hammons, Harbin Automotive, 866-559-8384, email@example.com
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