Doublemint Gum Is On the Search for Kyle Busch's Twin! Doublemint® will double NASCAR fans' fun this summer with a search to find No. 18 Doublemint Camry driver Kyle Busch's twin. One lucky fan who most resembles Busch will win the opportunity to meet with him during a special experience at the September 18 Chicagoland Speedway Sprint Cup race.
"It doesn't get any better than pairing one of America's most iconic chewing gums with one of the sport's most recognizable drivers and race teams," said Victor Mehren, a senior marketing director at the Wrigley Co. "What better way to celebrate our partnership with No. 18 Doublemint Camry driver Kyle Busch while also bringing a unique and fun experience to NASCAR fans than through a search for Kyle's twin?"
Fans can take a shot at doubling their fun this summer at www.DoublemintTwin.com by uploading their photo that they believe best resembles Doublemint driver Kyle Busch. Entries to the contest will be accepted now through August 24 and the winner will be announced online August 27. Eligible entries will be judged solely by closest resemblance to Kyle.
In addition to a trip to the September 18 Chicagoland Speedway Sprint Cup race, the winner and a guest will have the chance to spend time with Busch, get a behind-the-scenes tour of his hauler and car, and watch the race firsthand from the pit.
"I've watched the Doublemint twins for years and am excited to see who my own personal twin will be," said Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 Doublemint Camry. "This is a unique opportunity to not only share the NASCAR experience with a fan, but with one who looks like me!"
Busch will appear in the No. 18 Doublemint Camry at three races during the 2011 NASCAR season including Darlington (occurred on May 7), Bristol (August 27) and Chicago (September 18). For more information, visit www.DoublemintTwin.com.
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