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World's Fastest Lawn Mower Racing Champion and STA-BIL Engine Answerman Rides Into Syracuse Nationals

Attendees to Experience the 96-MPH Mower and Learn About Proper Fuel Management and Tips to Protect Their Vehicles

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- The STA-BIL Engine Answerman, Bobby Cleveland, driver of the world's fastest racing lawn mower and builder of the world's first Monster Mower, will head to the Empire State for the Syracuse Nationals at the New York State Fairgrounds from July 18 to 20. Attracting more than 90,000 visitors, the Syracuse Nationals features more than 8,000 custom and antique cars, street rods, rat rods and collectibles.

Event attendees are invited to stop by the STA-BIL booth (booth #75 on "The Court") where they can learn about proper fuel management, receive samples of STA-BIL® Protection and 303® Products and see Cleveland's World's Fastest Lawn Mower, on which he set the World Land Speed Record of 96.529 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2010. He will also feature the World's First Monster Mower, which he built in 2003 along with some of his other racing lawn mowers. In recognition of his 10 U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association national championships, Cleveland will be inducted into the National Lawn Mower Racing Hall of Fame on September 13 in Delaware, OH, during the 22nd annual STA-BIL National Lawn Mower Racing Championships.

Attendees can garner more tips and insights from Cleveland at his seminar presentations during the show at Building 4. On Friday, July 18 at 2 p.m., he will discuss tips and techniques to protect your vehicle both inside and outside from stains, moisture, UV damage and more. And on Saturday, July 19 at 3 p.m., he will tackle the hot topic of proper fuel management and what you need to know to keep your car engine working its best.

"Protecting your vehicle, both inside and out, is essential to keeping it running smoothly and looking its best," said Cleveland. "I look forward to helping educate car fanatics at the Syracuse Nationals on the best way to achieve this from protecting their engines from the harmful effects of ethanol-blended fuels with STA-BIL Protection to preserving and restoring their car interiors with303 Products."

The STA-BIL booth will also feature the new STA-BIL 360 degrees Protection, the first ethanol treatment to deliver comprehensive corrosion protection above and below the fuel line through revolutionary, new chemistry. To meet the demands of consumers seeking ultimate performance, STA-BIL scientists developed this innovative product to deliver comprehensive corrosion protection. When added to fuel, STA-BIL 360 degrees releases a vapor inside the fuel system that coats all metal parts including the fuel tank, fuel sending unit, valves, carburetor, fuel injectors and intake manifold. Offering 360 degrees corrosion protection, STA-BIL 360 degrees is safe and recommended for use in all types of gasoline from ethanol-free fuel to E85 blends.

Cleveland has toured the country as STA-BIL's Engine Answerman since 2006 and has educated thousands of folks from coast to coast on how to protect the things they love, like power sport vehicles, classic cars, boats, RVs, lawn mowers and motorcycles. As a former technician and riding lawnmower designer, he has a passion for sharing his advice experience on how to obtain greater performance out of all things motor. To learn more about the Engine Answerman Tour and stay updated on the events, please visit www.engineanswerman.com, and to learn more about STA-BIL products, please visit www.sta-bil.com and www.sta-bil360.com.

About Gold Eagle Co.
For more than 80 years, Gold Eagle® Co. has been an industry pioneer in the production and distribution of aftermarket fluids and additives. We create products that help preserve, protect and enhance the performance of engines everywhere. We are a leader in the product development, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of branded engine performance and maintenance chemicals. Privately held and headquartered in Chicago, Gold Eagle Co. is the manufacturer of leading brands, including STA-BIL® Fuel Stabilizer, HEET® Gas-Line Antifreeze, NO LEAK® Treatments, 104+® Octane Boost, Start Your Engines!®, DieselPower!® Diesel Additives, 303® Aerospace Protectant and 303® Fabric Guard. To view our complete line of Gold Eagle products or learn more about the Company, please visit http://www.goldeagle.com or "like" our STA-BIL, 303 Products, Start Your Engines! or Engine Answerman pages on Facebook. For product questions, please call us at 800-621-1251 or follow us on Twitter @GoldEagleHelp.

All trademarks, service marks and trade names, including STA-BIL®, HEET®, Start Your Engines! ®, NO LEAK®, ALUMASEAL®, Gold Eagle®, DieselPower! ®, Golden Touch®, 104+®, Cool Rides Online® and 303® Products used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Gold Eagle Co. The aforesaid families of related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties and trademarks of Gold Eagle Co. Any other product or company names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

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