Miller Electric Mfg. LLC (Appleton, WI) is celebrating 90 years in business with the My Miller Milestone giveaway to recognize dedicated welders. Participants will enter their name for a chance to win a personalized 90th-anniversary Miller machine and helmet for themselves — and another set for a friend. It’s the second promotion as part of the 2019 WE BUILD™ campaign, which honors the many ways welding makes the world a better place.
Now through October 25, participants can enter the giveaway by completing an entry form at MillerWelds.com/milestone. My Miller Milestone invites them to pick two from a list of five possible machines they would like to win — one for them and one for a friend. Participants are encouraged to share a milestone moment or project in their welding career, but that’s not required to enter. They can choose from these machines:
- Bobcat™ 250 EFI welder/generator
- Deltaweld® 350 MIG welder
- Syncrowave® 210 TIG welder
- XMT® 350 FieldPro™ multiprocess welder
- Millermatic® 255 MIG welder
The winner and a friend will receive personalized machines — and will each get a personalized 90th-anniversary Digital Infinity™ Series welding helmet. In addition, 90 runners-up will receive an anniversary swag bag with a Miller water bottle, pen, sticker and hat. The contest winner and runners-up will be randomly selected and announced on or after November 4.
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