LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "My wife wants sex in the back of the car and she wants me to drive." – Rodney Dangerfield.
Do you deserve more respect on the road? Here is your chance. Enter to win Rodney Dangerfield's 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood on his website rodney.com. Yes, you could be cruising Hollywood Boulevard in the comedy legend's actual ride. Used-car smell included!
In true Dangerfield fashion, rodney.com launched with a triple lindy splash when his widow, Joan, paid tribute to her late husband with a new website in honor of the enigmatic comedy legend's 92nd birthday on November 22, 2013.
Joan Dangerfield was the creative force behind the state-of-the-art website, which was designed by Shine United, an advertising and design company located in Wisconsin where Rodney filmed "Back to School."
Visitors of rodney.com can enter a sweepstakes to win the respected car through January 31, 2014, with a winner being announced Valentine's Day, 2014.
As a bonus, the glovebox of the Cadillac will contain some of the beloved comedian's personal items, including his driver's license (under his legal name of Jack Roy), a rubber Rodney key ring, and one of his signature red neckties.
To enter, please visit: http://contest.rodney.com.
The contest is being sponsored by Rodney Dangerfield Entertainment. Official rules can be found at: http://contest.rodney.com/rules.
"I came from a real tough neighborhood. On my street, the kids take hubcaps – from moving cars." – Rodney Dangerfield
About Rodney Dangerfield
Grammy award-winning comedy legend, Rodney Dangerfield, known for his iconic "I don't get no respect" line, appeared in 22 films, 20 lite beer commercials, and on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" a record 70 times. His signature getup (black suit and red tie) is part of a permanent collection at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., and he is known for having given many renowned comedians their early breaks, including Jim Carrey, Tim Allen, Roseanne Barr, Jerry Seinfeld, Louie Anderson, Andrew Dice Clay and Sam Kinison.
About Joan Dangerfield
Joan Dangerfield is President and CEO of Xis International, a privately held consultancy firm dedicated to creating synergistic relationships for international joint ventures, currently providing research, strategic planning, and investment promotion services for the Chinese government. She is also co-founder of The Opus 73 Group, CEO of Dangerfield Entertainment and president of Paper Clip Productions. Her most cherished endeavors are related to her late comedy-icon husband. After his passing, Joan produced a 2-hour documentary about Rodney's life for A&E. She is currently in the process of developing a feature film based on her late husband's bestselling autobiography It's Not Easy Bein' Me.
About Shine United
Shine United is a $40 million advertising, design and interactive agency located in Madison, Wisconsin. The privately held company's client experience includes national consumer brands such as Harley-Davidson, Wisconsin Cheese, Winston Fly Rods and Mizuno Running and Golf. Shine is creatively driven, results focused and dedicated to building passion between people and brands. Learn more at shineunited.com. Shine on.
SOURCE Joan Dangerfield