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Spansion Survey: Why Do You Love Your Car?
Let Us Know and You Could Win a $500 Auto Prize Package
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Dec. 16, 2014 -- Spansion Inc., a global leader in embedded systems solutions, is conducting a survey asking what it is that makes you love or loathe your car.
Every year automobiles feature more and more technology to reduce the load on drivers and make driving safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable. These advances are directly related to the embedded technology found within the automotive systems, including microcontrollers, flash memory and analog products.
Spansion wants to hear from the consumer on what it is that makes you love or loathe your car. Are you looking to replace it, or are you happy with what you have? What is it that's driving your purchase? Check out the Spansion blog here, click on the embedded link at the end of the blog to take the survey and enter to win an auto prize package worth $500!
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