Show Us Your Shop Contest: One Week Left

Date Dec 6, 2017

Written by Ed Higginbotham

The deadline to enter our Show Us Your Shop Contest is December 15—that’s right, you have one more weekend to clean. Just five photos and 300 words could win you up to $1600 in prizes.

The rules for our Show Us Your Shop contest are simple: Send us five high-resolution digital photos of your shop plus a 300-word description. (Obviously your cause will be helped by better photos and better words.) Contestants will be divided into three classes: small, large and commercial.

The winner of each class will receive prize packs worth a total retail value of $1600 from our contest partners: Eastwood, CRC Industries and Race Ramps.

Prizes include:
• An Eastwood welding package valued at approximately $600. It includes an Eastwood 175-amp MIG welder, professional welding cart and welding helmet.
• A prize pack from CRC Industries full of various products valued at $500 total.
•A $500 gift certificate to be used toward any Race Ramps equipment.

For more information on prizes and how to enter, go to our Show Us Your Shop contest page.


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