With three ways to enter, MB America Inc. is giving customers a chance to win prizes for a value up to $1,500 and an additional $1,000 cash in a photo and video competition that features MB products.
Since the American branch of MB Crusher began in 2010, MB America Inc. has provided more than 400 attachments and accessories to the United States alone. Over the years, those businesses and individual users have worked on roads, pipelines, demolition sites, landscaping projects and recycling of waste materials. The crushing and screening attachments have saved businesses time and cost it takes to transport waste materials to be recycled.
The competition is a way to celebrate the type of jobs and projects those businesses and individuals are working on when they use MB products.
“We are proud to be a part of these companies’ journeys and paths in building a better tomorrow,” said Max Ravazzolo, CEO of MB America. “Our products are unique for the construction industry. They create a greener and more efficient work environment, and we want to celebrate those earth-changing jobs our customers are doing.”
The competition is built on two categories, allowing for two participants to win in each category. The photo category winner will receive $500 in parts credits and the video category winner will receive $1,000 in parts credits.
The submissions must feature a MB product working on a job, include the location of where the photo is taken and/or where the video is shot and include the type of job the product is performing. For video submissions, the video must be a minimum of 3 minutes.
The winners of each category will then be submitted to the worldwide competition hosted by MB S.p.A. in Italy for a chance to win an additional $1000 cash.
There are three ways to enter this competition: through social media using the hashtag #MyMBInAction, emailing or sending physical mail to the company’s address. Read more about the competition’s official rules at: http://bit.ly/mbinaction2015.
For information, call 855/622-7874 or visit www.mbamerica.com.
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