Miller Mfg. contest asks customers to share custom-welded builds

Miller Mfg. contest asks customers to share custom-welded builds

We Build campaign focuses on projects built with welding equipment; offers chance to win 16-foot pontoon boat

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. this week released details on its Build & Win contest as part of the We Build campaign.

Visitors to Miller Mfg. We Build website can share a project built with welding equipment — up to once monthly between July 1 and Nov. 30, 2015 — for a chance to win an Avalon Eagle Cruise 16-foot pontoon boat and build memories that last a lifetime.

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"People who weld build industry, commerce, security and dreams – everything that makes a positive difference in our lives – and we want to reward their pride and passion," said Rich Thompson, vice president of marketing for Miller Electric Mfg. Co.

We Build campaign focuses on projects built with welding equipment; offers chance to win 16-foot pontoon boat

"Just like the men and women who build luxury pontoon boats at Avalon & Tahoe Mfg., Inc., whose welds make it possible for people to do what really matters: spend quality time with family and friends. Miller is pleased to offer a grand prize that will help the winner build a lifetime of memories."

Every entry shared as part of the sweepstakes is eligible to be randomly selected to win the grand prize: an Avalon Eagle Cruise 16-foot pontoon boat with an approximate retail value of $20,000 that was built with pride by the team at Avalon & Tahoe Mfg., Inc.

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Entrants can check the Web page to share project photos and see what others are building. The grand prize winner will be drawn in December 2015.

Source: Miller

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