Hyundai ‘Hands-On’ Contest Puts Washington In Touch with a New Car! Register here!
Washington’s favorite reality show returns! The Hands-On Contest at The Washington Auto Show® will put a handful of lucky Washingtonians in touch with the chance to win a brand new Hyundai Tucson SEL Plus AWD! The legendary Hands-On Contest, in which show guests must stay in nearly constant physical contact with the prized vehicle for a period of several days, first wowed Washingtonians in 1999 when the match came down to a test of wills between officers from the Army and Navy.
This year’s contest, which will run throughout the auto show, will feature a host of locals who will compete for the chance to drive home in the all-new Hyundai automobile!
Registration closes at 12:01AM on Monday, January 22nd. To view the contest rules, click here.
Read about last year’s winner below:
Man Who Dreams of Road Trip Before Losing Eyesight Wins New Car!
After enduring five nights and six days of nearly constant physical contact with the 2017 Hyundai Tucson SE during The Washington Auto Show®’s Hyundai Hands-On Contest, George Abbott plans to stay in close quarters with the vehicle. The 44-year-old federal government worker suffers from an eye condition that will eventually keep him from driving. But before that time comes, he will take the Tucson for a cross-country road trip with his father and friend, to whom he will hand the keys at the trip’s conclusion. “I’ve always believed in helping people who are less fortunate,” says Abbott, referring to a friend who lacks the family support that he has. Abbott has been attending the Washington Auto Show with his father, who is blind, since the 1990s. Read the full press release