Allstate, Rick Fairless Unveiling Custom Motorcycle at Daytona Bike Week

11 03 2014

Riders can enter to win the bike and a personalized Rick Fairless paint job

NORTHBROOK, IL – March 11, 2014 (Motor Sports Newswire) – This Friday, March 7, Allstate Insurance Company and legendary motorcycle builder Rick Fairless will unveil to the crowds at Daytona Bike Week his latest custom creation – a reimagined Victory Vegas 8-Ball.

The custom-built motorcycle is part of this year’s grand prize for the Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes and will feature signature Rick Fairless designs and customization never before seen by the public. This is the fifth year of the Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes and the first year that a Fairless custom is featured as the grand prize.

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY VICTORY VEGAS 8-BALL

“When Allstate asked me to build this year’s bike, they asked for one that really fit the image of its riders. I knew I had to push the limits a little with this bike because they insure so many different kinds of folks,” Fairless said. “We ended up with a bike that is really going to turn some heads. This ain’t a bolt-on custom.”

Fairless will be on hand to help debut the new custom machine at the Allstate Rider Protection Zone, which is located at Daytona Speedway. Riders in attendance will have the opportunity to see the bike in-person, learn more about how the Allstate Victory Vegas 8-Ball came to be from Fairless himself, enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win the motorcycle, as well as see some of the other custom bikes Allstate owns, including Arlen Ness and Dave Perewitz originals.

In addition to winning the motorcycle, Allstate will give the winner a trip for two to Rick Fairless’ Strokers Dallas for a free custom paint job consultation, personalized by Fairless himself.

“We’re confident that the winner of this year’s Allstate Motorcycle Sweepstakes is not only going to love their new ride,” said Pam Hollander, senior director of marketing for Allstate Insurance Company, “but they’re also going to love the whole Allstate experience.”

Following the unveiling, the Allstate Victory Vegas 8-Ball, along with Allstate’s other custom creations, will be on display in 2014 at the Allstate Rider Protection Zone at the following motorcycle rallies:

  • Daytona Bike Week: Daytona Beach, Fla. (March 7-15)
  • Arizona Bike Week: Scottsdale, Ariz. (April 2-6)
  • Leesburg Bikefest: Leesburg, Fla. (April 25-27)
  • Americade, NY: Lake George, N.Y. (June 2-7)
  • Thunder in the Valley: Johnstown, Pa. (June 26-29)
  • Roar on the Shore: Erie, Pa. (July 16-19)
  • Sturgis Motorcycle Rally: Sturgis, S.D. (August 2-9)
  • Delmarva Bike Week: Salisbury, Md. (September 11-14)
  • Bikes, Blues & BBQ: Fayetteville, Ark. (September 24-27)
  • Biketoberfest: Daytona, Fla. (October 16-19)
  • Lone Star Rally: Galveston, Texas (November 6-9)

Participants can enter the Allstate Vegas 8-Ball Motorcycle Sweepstakes through February 28, 2015, online at www.allstatemotorcyclesweepstakes.com, or at the Allstate Rider Protection Zone which visits select rallies across the country (see above). The winner will be announced in March 2015.

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, serving approximately 16 million households through its Allstate, Encompass, Esurance and Answer Financial brand names and Allstate Financial business segment. Allstate branded insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services are offered through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives, as well as via www.allstate.com, www.allstate.com/financial and 1-800 Allstate®, and are widely known through the slogan “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®.” In 2013, $29 million was given by The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency owners to support local communities. Allstate employees and agency owners donated 200,000 hours of service across the country.

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Allstate Introduces ‘Good Ride Grants’ for Ideas Advancing Motorcycle Safety and Awareness

8 08 2013

Five winners to receive $5,000* ‘Good Ride Grants’ following committee review and fan vote

NORTHBROOK, IL - August 8, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Allstate Insurance Company today announced the newest initiative under its Rider Protection Project portfolio – a series of programs all focused on making the roads a safer place to ride. The Allstate Good Ride Grant contest will award a combined total of $25,000* to contest winners with the best ideas for advancing motorcycle safety and awareness. Good Ride Grants join Rider Risk Map, Once is Never Enough (O.N.E.) and other rider advocacy initiatives, all part of Allstate’s commitment to protecting riders.

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY GOOD RIDE GRANTS

Now through Aug. 31, 2013, contest applicants may submit their Good Ride Grant submissions through the designated tab on Allstate Motorcycle’s Facebook page (facebook.com/AllstateMotorcycle). Entries are welcome from anyone, including local governments, dealerships, rider clubs and individuals.

“Riding a motorcycle presents a feeling of freedom, adventure and camaraderie with fellow riders, but we also know the risks that come along with it,” said Keith Rutman, vice president of Allstate’s Powersports unit. “The Good Ride Grant program allows Allstate to continue our mission of protecting riders while also keeping an open ear to the riding community and what they feel is important.”

The first 1,000 contest entries to be submitted before Aug. 31 will be reviewed and finalists will be chosen by a six-person judging committee, comprising of representatives from Allstate and a diverse collection of motorcycle industry professionals, including custom motorcycle builder Rick Fairless.

“I’m proud to partner with Allstate on an issue that has always been top of mind for me, and I think that the Good Ride Grant program is a great way to empower our riding community to help each other protect what is a lifestyle for so many of us by making it as safe as possible,” said Fairless.

Joining Fairless on the judging committee is Keith Rutman, vice president of Allstate’s Powersports unit; Rusty Creed, Allstate agency owner; Rod Krois, Indian Motorcycle’s Marketing Director; Bryan Harley, Motorcycle USA Editor; and Don Becklin, Motorcycle Superstore / Motorcycle USA founder and Motorsport Aftermarket Group’s retail group president.

In September, the judges will determine the top 15 finalists. The finalists will then be featured on the Allstate Motorcycle Facebook page, where fans can vote for their favorite ideas. The five finalists with the highest overall contest scores by Oct. 31 will each receive a $5,000* grant to help put their ideas into action.

For complete details on the Allstate Good Ride Grant contest and details on how to submit an idea, visit Facebook.com/AllstateMotorcycle and click on the Good Ride Grant tab icon.

About Allstate
The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, serving approximately 16 million households through its Allstate, Encompass, Esurance and Answer Financial brand names and Allstate Financial business segment. Allstate branded insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services are offered through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives, as well as via www.allstate.com, www.allstate.com/financial and 1-800 Allstate®, and are widely known through the slogan “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®.” As part of Allstate’s commitment to strengthen local communities, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate employees, agency owners and the corporation provided $29 million in 2012 to thousands of nonprofit organizations and important causes across the United States.

* The approximate retail value of each of the five Prizes is $6,400, which includes $1,400 to help offset, but not eliminate, any tax liability associated with the acceptance of the Prize. Each Prize Winner is solely responsible for all taxes imposed on the acceptance of the Prize.

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Allstate Revs Up Motorcycle Safety Sign Program to Warn Motorists of Dangerous Intersections

10 05 2013

NORTHBROOK, IL – May 9, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – To kick off National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month (May), Allstate Insurance Company will continue its efforts to donate standardized warning signs for motorcycle safety with its “Once is Never Enough” (ONE) program with the first installation of 2013. ONE is an awareness campaign that encourages people to look twice for motorcycles at intersections and aims to help reduce the number of motorcycle crashes at intersections by proposing installations of permanent motorcycle warning signs in 20 U.S. cities this year. Additionally, a new Allstate Motorcycle Facebook mapping application was created in response to the numerous requests from the rider community to help bring awareness to other hazardous road conditions.

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY WATCH FOR MOTORCYCLES

“It’s a known fact that motorcycle collisions with autos can have some of the most tragic consequences and it’s been our goal to help ensure the roads are shared safely by all motorists and riders,” said Keith Rutman , vice president of Allstate’s Specialty Lines unit. “The ONE program has received outstanding support from the rider community and our local jurisdiction partners. We wanted to provide an outlet for people to share their stories, reach other riders and warn them on a peer level about potential risks a rider can face.”

Launching with the 2013 kickoff of the ONE program is the Rider Risk Map(SM), an application on the Allstate Motorcycle Facebook page where the community can view current ONE installations across the United States in addition to flagging potential road hazards. With each flag submission, the application user can post photos of the road and leave commentary about the hazards, encouraging open dialog for other riders to voice their experiences. The interactive map of North America also allows riders to plan their routes and see the road hazards other users have posted along the way.

A new study indicates motorcycle fatalities have increased approximately 9 percent in 2012, resulting in nearly 5,000 deaths and an all-time high over the past decade.[i] Currently, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has no standard sign for motorcycle awareness in its Manual of Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Simply reading, “Watch for Motorcycles,” a sign was developed by Allstate in 2012 and it was ruled in compliance with the MUTCD by the FHWA.

“We’ve definitely seen an increased level of activism from the rider community,” said Rutman. “The ONE program and Allstate Motorcycle Facebook page are here to facilitate conversations about motorcycle safety awareness and start a movement to help decrease motorcycle-auto collisions in the future.”

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 46 percent of all multi-vehicle crashes occur at intersections, often times as a result of a vehicle turning left, impeding the motorcyclist’s right-of-way.[ii]  The ONE program’s yellow, diamond-shaped warning sign was created following two years of development, which included temporary installations in various U.S. cities between 2010 and 2011.  The signs were designed to establish a standardized warning device that can be used by any local or state agency and would be recognizable to riders and motorists across the country. Through this program, Allstate works with local traffic authorities to identify dangerous intersections for riders and then donates and installs warning signs at the determined locations to increase awareness of motorcycles.

The first 2013 permanent installation of the “Watch for Motorcycles” warning signs will take place today in Strongsville, Ohio, outside of Cleveland. Working closely with the City of Strongsville, Allstate is donating and installing the warning signs to help prevent motorcycle crashes at dangerous intersections in the future. Additional signs will be installed in other cities across the country throughout the year.

Now in its fifth year, Allstate’s ONE program has evolved from general motorcycle awareness education, to installing temporary warning signs at dangerous intersections in more than 30 cities from 2010 through 2011, to 16 permanent installations in 2012 of the warning signs promoting motorcycle safety.

Allstate will continue to work with local departments of transportation across the country to identify dangerous intersections and donate and install additional signs in the future.

About Allstate

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, serving approximately 16 million households through its Allstate, Encompass, Esurance and Answer Financial brand names and Allstate Financial business segment. Allstate branded insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services are offered through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives, as well as via www.allstate.com, www.allstate.com/financial and 1-800 Allstate®, and are widely known through the slogan “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®.” As part of Allstate’s commitment to strengthen local communities, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate employees, agency owners and the corporation provided $29 million in 2012 to thousands of nonprofit organizations and important causes across the United States.

[i] Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA)®, Motorcyclist Traffic Fatalities by State, 2012

[ii] The Fatality Analysis Reporting System shows 46 percent of all multi-vehicle motorcycle fatalities (5,746 out of 12,571 fatalities from 2006-2010) occurred at intersections.

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Allstate Wants Drivers to See Yellow, Then “LOOK” for Motorcyclists on the Road

27 05 2011

Insurer places caution signs in 25 U.S. cities to remind drivers to LOOK for riders, help save lives

NORTHBROOK, IL – May 26, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Twenty-five cities are getting new traffic signs designed to bring awareness to motorcyclists on the road, thanks to Allstate. The insurer will place cautionary signs at intersections in 25 major metropolitan areas to prompt drivers to look out for riders at intersections. An average of three motorcyclists are killed every day at intersections in the United States, and crash data reveals that motorcycle crashes happen more often in intersections than elsewhere, relative to the amount of time riders spend in them.

The caution signs, which are yellow and diamond-shaped, feature a motorcycle silhouette and are inscribed with the word “LOOK” to encourage motorists to look for motorcycles before crossing an intersection. The signs, part of Allstate’s “Once is Never Enough” (ONE) program, are designed to increase awareness of motorcycle collisions with motorists at intersections and to help remind drivers and riders alike that looking once at intersections is never enough.

“In the time it takes to blink an eye, a life could be saved,” said Keith Rutman, vice president of Allstate’s consumer household unit. “Taking one extra second at an intersection to look left, right – and left again – for motorcyclists can help make our roads safer.”

Allstate encourages both drivers and riders to be conscious that they share the road with each other, and offers the following tips for motorcyclists and motorists to keep in mind next time they hit the road:

Tips for Motorists

  • Look left, right – and left again – for motorcyclists. Also, be aware that because of a motorcycle’s small size, a bike can easily hide in a car’s blind spot.
  • Be cautious when going through intersections. Almost one-third of motorcycle accidents happen here.
  • Allow for greater following distance. Did you know most motorcyclists do not activate their brake light when slowing down? They slow down by downshifting.
  • Don’t assume motorcyclists are speeding. Due to their small size, motorcycles may seem to be moving faster and appear farther away than they really are.
  • Motorcyclists often adjust position within a lane. This helps them be seen more easily by motorists. They also tend to avoid the center of the lane because of liquids that leak from car engines, transmissions and radiators.

Tips for Motorcyclists

  • Be cautious when going through intersections. Almost one-third of motorcycle crashes happen here.
  • Be visible when you ride. Avoid blind spots, wear bright-colored, protective clothing, activate turn signals early and always use your headlights.
  • Flash your brake lights when slowing down. This helps others on the road know your intentions.
  • Remember to give yourself space between you and the car in front of you. You’ll have more time to react to other motorists’ actions.
  • Ride within your limits. If you’re a new rider, consider taking a training course. Rush hour is not the time to learn how to maneuver your motorcycle. All riders should avoid extreme temperatures and inclement weather.

The ONE program sign installations will be taking place in the following cities:

  • Albany, N.Y.
  • Atlanta, Ga.
  • Charlotte, N.C.
  • Chicago, Ill.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Denver, Colo.
  • Houston, Texas
  • Indianapolis, Ind.
  • Las Vegas, Nev.
  • Los Angeles, Calif.
  • Miami, Fla.
  • Nashville, Tenn.
  • Orlando, Fla.
  • Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Sacramento, Calif.
  • San Diego, Calif.
  • San Francisco, Calif.
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Seattle, Wash.
  • St. Louis, Mo.
  • Tampa, Fla.
  • Washington, D.C.

For more information regarding motorcycle safety and awareness, visit Allstate.com.

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer known for its “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®” slogan. Now celebrating its 80th anniversary as an insurer, Allstate is reinventing protection and retirement to help nearly 16 million households insure what they have today and better prepare for tomorrow. Consumers access Allstate insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, as well as via www.allstate.com and 1-800 Allstate®.

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Allstate and Dave Perewitz Team Up for Third-Annual Custom Motorcycle Giveaway

4 03 2011

Participants can register to win Retro-Knucklehead bike online and at select motorcycle rallies and events across the country

NORTHBROOK, IL – March 4, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – For the third year in a row, Allstate Insurance Company is giving away a custom motorcycle designed by legendary bike builder Dave Perewitz during its “Allstate Retro-Knucklehead Sweepstakes.” The builder’s latest masterpiece, a custom Knucklehead bobber, will be unveiled by Allstate and Perewitz March 4, 2011 at the Allstate Rider Protection Zone in Daytona Beach, Fla., as part of Daytona Bike Week.

The custom bike features a springer front end, rigid frame, spoke wheels, S&S Knucklehead engine and a signature Perewitz paint job.

“Creating custom motorcycles is a true passion of mine, and I take a lot of pride in building each and every one of these bikes,” said Perewitz. “I’m thrilled to once again partner with Allstate, a company that has been a true champion for motorcycle safety awareness and rider protection, to make this unique bike available for one lucky person to enjoy.”

Last year, Allstate teamed with Perewitz to give away a custom Pro Street style motorcycle designed by the bike builder. Perewitz also served as an advocate for Allstate’s “Once is Never Enough” (ONE) campaign to promote motorcycle safety awareness, and in 2011 will make a series of appearances at motorcycle rallies as part of the Allstate Rider Protection Zone mobile tour.

“These custom bike giveaways provide Allstate with yet another avenue to spread the ever- important message of motorcycle safety to help protect riders,” said Lisa Cochrane, vice president of marketing for Allstate. “We remain committed to raising awareness for this issue and look forward to rewarding someone with a beautiful, custom motorcycle designed by one of the most talented bike builders in the country.”

The sweepstakes will run from March 4, 2011 through Feb. 28, 2012. Register for a chance to win the motorcycle online at Allstate.com/motorcyclesweepstakes or by visiting the Allstate Rider Protection Zone at one of the following motorcycle rallies:

  • Daytona Bike Week – Daytona Beach, Fla., March 4-12
  • Leesburg Bikefest – Leesburg, Fla., April 8-10
  • Laughlin River Run – Laughlin, Nev., April 27-30
  • Laconia Motorcycle Week – Laconia, N.H., June 11-19
  • Thunder in the Valley – Johnstown, Pa., June 23-26
  • Sturgis Motorcycle Rally – Sturgis, S.D., Aug. 6-13
  • Street Vibrations – Reno, Nev., Sept. 21-25
  • Bikes, Blues & BBQ – Fayetteville, Ark., Sept. 28-Oct. 1
  • Biketoberfest – Daytona Beach, Fla., Oct. 13-16
  • Lone Star Rally – Galveston/Houston, Texas, Nov. 3-6

The Allstate Rider Protection Zone will feature a variety of activities for motorcycle enthusiasts during the 2011 rally season, including the Allstate Motorcycle Safety Museum, massage and shoe shine area, and complementary cell phone charging station. In addition to the prize Retro-Knucklehead bike, the mobile tour will display four additional custom bikes built by Perewitz.

For complete details about the Allstate Retro-Knucklehead Sweepstakes please visit Allstate.com/motorcyclesweepstakes.

Allstate motorcycle insurance offers one of the most competitive policies in the industry with many product features, including: first accident waiver, guest passenger coverage, custom parts coverage and towing coverage. If eligible, motorcycle owners can save up to 40 percent off of their premiums with a variety of discounts, including a discount just for switching to Allstate. Insurance and discount subject to qualifications and availability. To find out more, or to locate the nearest agent, visit Allstate.com or call 877-BIKE-303.

About Dave Perewitz

Perewitz has built an illustrious thirty-year career in riding, building and customizing motorcycles. In 2006, he was named the winner of the Discovery Channel’s Biker Build-off, and his company, Perewitz Cycle Fabrications, has built choppers for numerous celebrities, including Hulk Hogan and Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford.

About Allstate

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer. Widely known through the “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®” slogan, Allstate is reinventing protection and retirement to help nearly 16 million households insure what they have today and better prepare for tomorrow. Consumers access Allstate insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, as well as via www.allstate.com and 1-800 Allstate®.

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Allstate’s Quote Donation Revs Up Motorcycle Safety

11 10 2010

Company pledges $5 to Road Guardians
for every new motorcycle insurance quote

NORTHBROOK, IL – October 11, 2010 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Motorcyclists are about 37 times more likely than car occupants to die in a crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Allstate is helping bikers stay safe on the road by donating $5 to Road Guardians for every person who calls for a quote for motorcycle insurance.

“I believe Allstate’s coverage for cyclists is the best there is. But, we know that regardless of insurance coverage, a rider has to take personal steps to ensure safety on the road,” said Chuck Paul, vice president of Allstate’s emerging businesses. “Anyone who gets a quote for their bike through Allstate is helping their fellow riders stay safe at the same time.”

Allstate’s quote donation program with the Road Guardians will run through December 31, 2010. Road Guardians provides safety and education resources to cyclists, including a first responder-based curriculum that teaches riders how to start proper & effective emergency care at the scene of a motorcycle accident until help arrives. To date, nearly one-third of the students who’ve received Road Guardians first-responder training have used their skills within three years of instruction.

“The funding from Allstate will be used to help train and educate road riders to be there for their fellow cyclists when they need it most,” said Vicki Sanfelipo, president of Road Guardians. “We’re working with Allstate to help save lives by offering on-the-road training to help prevent and respond to crashes.”

Riders who are interested in getting a quote from Allstate that benefits Road Guardians can call 877-871-0500 for a motorcycle insurance quote. For every completed quote, $5 will go to the Road Guardians.

DISCLAIMER: No purchase necessary. Program applies to motorcycle insurance. For each quote received, $5 will benefit the Road Guardians. Maximum Allstate donation is $100,000. Program donations limited to quotes received beginning now and ending December 31, 2010. This promotion is not available in AL, AK, ME, MA, NC, NY and UT. The Road Guardians name and logo are used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, expressed or implied, of any product, service, company or individual.

About Allstate

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer. Widely known through the “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®” slogan, Allstate is reinventing protection and retirement to help more than 17 million households insure what they have today and better prepare for tomorrow. Consumers access Allstate insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, as well as via www.allstate.com and 1-800 Allstate®.

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Allstate Announces Dave Perewitz Custom Pro Street Motorcycle Giveaway

21 02 2010

Participants can register to win bike at AllstateGarage.com, select motorcycle rallies and other events throughout the country

NORTHBROOK, IL – February 18, 2010 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Allstate Insurance Company announced today it will be giving away a custom motorcycle designed by legendary bike builder Dave Perewitz during its “Allstate Pro Street Sweepstakes.”

Allstate and Perewitz will unveil the bike at the 2010 Chicago International Motorcycle Show on Feb. 19.  The Pro Street style bike – known for its stretched frame, low to the ground body and wide rear tire – will feature a custom paint job, the very element that has made Perewitz an industry icon.

“Lots of pride and hard work goes into every bike I create,” said Perewitz. “And thanks to the folks at Allstate, one lucky person will be able to enjoy this custom bike creation.”

Allstate has also invited Perewitz to join the Allstate Mobile Garage Tour at major rallies across the country. He will work with the insurer to help promote motorcycle safety awareness through the company’s “Once is Never Enough” (ONE) program.

“Allstate is proud of our commitment to motorcycle safety awareness, and this giveaway represents a way for us to reward a consumer and get our safety message across to everyone on the road at the same time,” said Lisa Cochrane, vice president of marketing for Allstate.

The sweepstakes will run from Feb. 19, 2010 through Feb. 28, 2011, and participants can register for the sweepstakes online at AllstateGarage.com or by visiting the Allstate Garage Tour at some of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the country, including:

  • Daytona Bike Week, Daytona Beach, Fla.:  Feb. 26-March 7
  • Laughlin River Run, Laughlin, Nev.:  April 21-24
  • Laconia Motorcycle Week, Laconia, N. H.:  June 12-20
  • Sturgis Rally, Sturgis, S. D.: Aug. 9-15
  • Biketoberfest, Daytona Beach, Fla: Oct. 14-17
  • Lone Star Rally, Galveston, Texas: Nov. 4-7

ONE was created to encourage everyone on the road to always look left, right and then left again for riders before crossing an intersection – the most common site for motorcycle-related crashes. Fatality Analysis Reporting System statistics from 2004 to 2008 showed that 44 percent of motorcycle fatalities resulted from intersection crashes.

For complete details about the Allstate Pro Street Sweeps or to find out more about the Mobile Garage Tour, please visit AllstateGarage.com.

About Dave Perewitz

Perewitz has built an illustrious thirty-year career in riding, building and customizing motorcycles. In 2006, he was named the winner of the Discovery Channel’s Biker Build-off, and his company, Perewitz Cycle Fabrications, has built choppers for numerous celebrities, including Hulk Hogan and Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford.

About Allstate

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer. Widely known through the “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®” slogan, Allstate is reinventing protection and retirement to help more than 17 million households insure what they have today and better prepare for tomorrow. Consumers access Allstate insurance products and services through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, as well as via www.allstate.com and 1-800 Allstate®.

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