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ATP Oil & Gas Employee Incentive Program Features Give Away of 39 New Volvos

April 11, 2006

IRVINE, CA – ATP Oil & Gas Corp. will give away 39 new 2006 Volvo vehicles to its employees as part of an incentive plan that was announced last year. Further, ATP employees have the opportunity to pick up their new Volvos in Europe.Offered through Volvo’s European Delivery program, U.S. ATP employees receivde two airline tickets aboard SAS Airlines, lodging at the SAS Radisson hotel, and a trip to the Volvo factory delivery center at the Swedish automakers headquarters in Gothenburg. ATP employees will pick up their new cars at this location and take a customized driving tour of Southern Sweden. ATP European employees will receive their vehicles in their respective countries.
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