Western States Sponsors ’Birds, Bucks and Bass’ Photo Contest

Wed November 18, 2009 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Combined, all the prizes for the Western States “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest total more than $10,000.
Combined, all the prizes for the Western States “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest total more than $10,000.

Western States has announced the winners of “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest for September and October.

However, there is still time to enter photos.

So far, Western States has had more than 130 entries and is looking for many more entries over the remaining two months.

The contest awards a first and second place prize for each month (September through December) for each category of birds, bucks and bass. The birds and bucks category includes all hunted game beside birds; the bass category includes all fish.

Once the contest is over, Western States will take the monthly winners and choose Grand Prize winners for each category of birds, bucks and bass. And finally, amongst the grand prize winners, it will select one winner to receive a brand new Polaris HO 500 ATV.

Combined, all the prizes for the Western States “Birds, Bucks and Bass” Photo Contest total more than $10,000.

• Eligibility — Western States Equipment Co. is looking for your best shot. The “Birds, Bucks and Bass” photo contest (the “Contest”) is open to all individual legal residents of the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, ages 18 years or older. Employees and their immediate families (i.e., spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses regardless of where they reside) and those living in the same households, whether or not related), of Western States Equipment Co., subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, trustees, franchisees, participating vendors, distributors, and advertising and promotion agencies (collectively with the Sponsors, the “Contest Entities”) are not eligible to enter or win. Void wherever prohibited or restricted by law. Contest is governed by U.S. laws and regulations. By entering the contest, entrants warrant that they are eligible to participate in the contest, agree to accept and be bound by all terms of these Official Rules and Regulations (“Official Rules”) and understand that they and/or their Submissions (as defined in the rule below) may appear in television, internet, print media and/or radio coverage of the contest. Sponsors reserve the right to verify the eligibility of any entrant. Eligible entries may be subject to measurement verification for accurate scale and proportion.

• How to Enter — Starting at 12:00 a.m. (MST) on Sept. 14, 2009, and ending at 11:59 p.m. (MST) on Dec. 31, 2009, (the “Entry Period”), sponsors will conduct the contest encouraging entrants to enter for a chance to win a prize.To enter, each entrant must: (i) provide a completed entry form either electronically, sent via mail, or delivered to a Western States Equipment Co. branch location, including his/her name, company name (optional), address, telephone number (including area code), email address and (ii) submit a photograph of your best shot or catch, whether it be bird hunting, big game hunting, or fishing, and a short description that includes location where the photo was taken, (the online entry form and the photograph will be referred to collectively as the “Submission”).

Submissions may be submitted via email to marketing@wseco.com, or delivered to a Western States Equipment Co. branch, or delivered via mail or courier to:

Western States CAT

Attn: Marketing

500 E. Overland Rd.

Meridian, ID 83642

For more information, visit www.westernstatescat.com.

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