Fisher Engineering, SnowEx Raffle Pink Snowplow, Spreader

Attendees who visited the show Oct. 23 to 24 at the Louisville International Convention Center, could purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a limited edition pink FISHER XV2 V-plow.

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Donations raised will support the Susan G. Komen Louisville Affiliate.
Donations raised will support the Susan G. Komen Louisville Affiliate.

Once again, this year, Fisher Engineering and SnowEx donated pink versions of their snow and ice control equipment for raffle at GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Ky., to support breast cancer awareness.

Attendees who visited the show Oct. 23 to 24 at the Louisville International Convention Center, could purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a limited edition pink FISHER XV2 V-plow, a pink FISHER lift arm kit or a pink SnowEx SP-7550 spreader.

Each ticket was $10, and the donations raised will support the Susan G. Komen Louisville Affiliate. Attendees who purchased two tickets received a free FIND A CURE knit cap.

GIE+EXPO is one of the nation’s largest industry trade shows for landscapers, light construction companies, manufacturers of light and heavy-duty equipment, and suppliers of gardening and outdoor leisure equipment. A showcase area for their new products allows companies to demonstrate innovations in their respective markets.

For more information, visit gie-expo.com.




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