Chance to Win $25,000 at Gary Barbera BarberaCares Don’t Text and Drive Display the Multi Award Winning Chrysler Pacifica Minivan at the Philly Home and Garden Show
The Gary Barbera BarberaCares Mobile Don’t Text and Drive Display is making a stop at the Philly Home and Garden Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA. Philly Home and Garden Show location: www.phillyexpocenter.com
The Philly Home and Garden Show joins together hundreds of exhibitors and countless visitors for the newest in-home improvement, inside and outside decor needs, DIY crafts, garden and landscaping ideas, and ways to maximize or create subdued quaint spaces.
Expert Exhibitors in the fields of gardening, landscaping, interior design, furnishing, architecture and recycling set up booths to answer questions and help attendees get their homes, gardens, and home offices to personalized, individualized spaces. There will also be a marketplace to make unique purchases.
Gary Barbera on the Boulevard utilizes many opportunities to rev up the BarberaCares message to remind everyone especially the young teen drivers and millennials Don’t Text and Drive because BarberaCares. BarberaCares teamed up with Sundance Vacations for this 2020 Sweepstakes. Official Rules of Participation and odds of winning are provided on site at the registration kiosk on the entry form. Vehicle for visual display only, not necessarily the exact vehicle. Prize information provided on the entry form.
FCA acclaims that America’s original Hybrid Minivan, the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica is the most awarded minivan three years in a row. https://media.fcanorthamerica.com/newsrelease.do?id=20879&mid=722
The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica as reported by FCA and CarProUSA, Good Housekeeping, in partnership with Car and Driver, named the Chrysler Pacifica a 2019 Best New Car award winner in the Minivan category. The previous year, the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid took home the 2018 Best New Car in the Hybrid category.
“It’s the ultimate family vehicle with all the useful features you want, at an unbeatable value,” says Rachel Rothman, Good Housekeeping Chief Technologist & Engineering Director.
“It also has tons of bins and cubbies, so everyone has a spot to store their toys and snacks, second-row passengers each get their own LCD screen. Plus, the infotainment system is super-easy to navigate,” added Laurie Jennings, Good Housekeeping Institute Director & Lead Consumer Tester.
The Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI) worked with Car and Driver to screen hundreds of new vehicles and identify the top makes and models for 2019. GHI experts logged more than 5,000 miles on test tracks and open roads while assessing the top priorities drivers’ value in a vehicle: safety, value, handling, interior design, comfort and onboard technology.