Bobcat Partners With Georgia Boot For UTV Giveaway
It’s not often that a new pair of boots can lead to a free UTV, but Georgia Boot and Bobcat Company have partnered up for a contest to make that happen.
The annual Georgia Boot “Walk in Our Boots” sweepstakes will give away two Bobcat utility vehicles. Beginning in March and running through September, one Georgia Boot consumer and one sales associate at a Georgia Boot retail partner will have the chance to win a 2013 Bobcat.
In addition to the UTV, the grand prize also includes a free pair of Georgia Boots, a Comfort Core Logger t-shirt and Georgia Boot cap. The total package has an estimated value of more than $16,000.
“Georgia Boot consumers work hard in their boots on the job site, but they work just as hard at home. We thought we would offer a grand prize this year that truly helps our consumers get the job done,” says Jordan Gottke, marketing manager for Georgia Boot. “We’re excited to partner with Bobcat to show our appreciation to both our consumers and our invaluable retail sales associates across the country.”
First prize in the sweepstakes includes a VIP experience for two at the Oct. 12 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a day of dirt track driving school with drivers Clint Bowyer and Steve Francis and a free pair of Georgia Boots along with a Comfort Core Logger t-shirt and branded cap. The total value of first prize is approximately $2,000.
“We gave away the VIP racing experiences this past year as part of our national sweepstakes and it was so well received, we decided to bring it back for 2013,” says Gottke. “Clint and his team always go above and beyond the call and really create a one of a kind experience for the winners.”
The contest will award a grand prize and first prize to separate winners among consumers and retail associates. Consumers can enter online at www.GeorgiaBoot.com/sweeps and retail associates will be able to enter online at www.GeorgiaBoot.com/dealersweeps each time they sell a pair of Comfort Core Logger boots in their participating store.
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