If you use any of Victor Technologies’ gas or plasma cutting equipment, you could get your picture into their 2014 corporate calendar and win some new tools in the process. Victor Tech. has just announced two contests as part of the celebrations of it’s 100th year as a company.
Take a picture of yourself using any Victor Tech. tool you own and supply a 75 word caption describing how those tools help you in the workshop and you’re well on your way to entering. There are full contest rules and examples of winners of previous similar contests on the company’s website: www.victortechnologies.com/victor100.
This is how the company announced the two contests:
“Victor Technologies today (May 10) launched two contests as part of its celebration of the 100th anniversary of its Victor brand of cutting and gas control equipment.
“The A Cut Above contest is open to students in cutting, welding and related programs at secondary and post-secondary schools and will award more than $30,000 in equipment and cash prizes. Beginner students will write a 500-word essay supporting the contest theme, while advanced students will submit a team metal fabrication project that incorporates an oxy-fuel, air-fuel or plasma cutting process.
The Show Us Your Innovations 2014 calendar contest will award 12 Victor Medalist 250 Cutting Outfits and — a Victor Thermal Dynamics CUTMASTER 42 plasma cutter as the
Grand Prize — for the best photos and associated captions of the entrant using any Victor or Victor Thermal Dynamics cutting equipment
These contests celebrate the spirit of our end users who have used Victor equipment for over the past 100 years. Winners will demonstrate innovation, craftsmanship and an appreciation for quality tools that enable them to shape their world,’ says Martin Quinn, CEO, Victor Technologies.
“Both contests start today and run through September, with winners announced at the Victor Technologies booth at FABTECH 2013 Expo in Chicago. Contests are open to individuals with a passion for cutting and welding who are residents of the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec).”