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Harbin’s Round of Sixteen Tournament Offers Another Chance to Win!

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Well, the first weekend of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is in the books, and it wasn’t without its fair share of drama. Some of the tourney’s titans have gone down early–Kansas, Duke, so long guys!–and a few surprising upstarts–North Dakota State and Mercer, to name a couple–managed to make things momentarily interesting. So how is your bracket shaping up in Harbin Auto’s $1,000,000,000 Bracket Challenge? If you’re like literally every other American who filled out a bracket, you’ve already crumpled it up and started looking to 2015. However, it isn’t too late to win at Harbin Auto! Now is the time to get involved with our Round of Sixteen Tournament! Read the rest of this entry >>

Time is Running Out to Enter Harbin Auto’s $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge!

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Think it’s finally your year to cut down the nets? Enter the Harbin Auto Bracket Challenge by Noon EST on Thursday, March 20th!

Enter Bracket Prediction Challenge

We’ve now reached the eleventh hour to enter our $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge at Harbin Automotive, but there’s still time to fill in your brackets to stake your claim for some amazing prizes. All you have to do is click here to fill out the registration form, and the contest is free of charge to all who enter. Read the rest of this entry >>

The Magic! The Pageantry! The $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge at Harbin Auto!

Classic NCAA Tourney Moments

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Remember the 2004 NCAA Tourney? Pretty good time to be from Alabama.

Have you registered your bracket yet for Harbin Automotive’s $1,000,000 Bracket Prediction Challenge? You know, your chance to win a lifetime’s worth of cash (or a lot of other awesome prizes), just for following your hunch that this year’s Florida team is gonna be a tough out and that Duke looks soft inside? Remember, the brackets are released on Sunday, March 16th, and entrants have until noon on Thursday, March 20th, to enter their completed brackets. As always, this year’s tourney promises to have it’s share of surprises, so let’s look at some classic NCAA Tourney moments from the past to gain a little perspective, shall we? Read the rest of this entry >>