“It doesn’t matter whether you use Slime for your bike, tractor, car, ATV, wheelbarrow, motorcycle, truck or any other vehicle,” says says Chris Auerbach, Slime’s general manager. “The contest judges are just looking for fun, creative, clever, wacky and wonderful videos showcasing why you use Slime sealant.”
Entrants need to follow @slimenews on Twitter, produce a video about why they use Slime and upload it onto YouTube.
The winner will receive a $500 cash prize; the deadline to enter is Aug. 1. Interested contestants can view the submitted entries get ideas at www.slimehq.com.
Founded in 1989, the first bottles of Slime sealant were blended by hand with a power drill and drywall blade in a garage on the Central Coast of California.
“In such close proximity to mountain biking trails and sandy dunes perfect for off-roading, it didn’t take long for the ‘green slimy stuff,’ as it was often referred to back then, to develop a following,” according to Auerbach. The company, which is headquartered in Grover Beach, Calif.
The line is distributed in more than 80 countries. For more information, visit www.slime.com.