March 3rd, 2014

Enter here for a chance to win your choice of a Special Edition Bobcat 650 skid-steer loader equipped with the A91 option package and the Millionth Loader package, a 74″ low profile bucket or a Special Edition Bobcat T650 compact track loader equipped with the A91 package and the Millionth Loader package, and 74″ C/I heavy duty bucket. Something every home needs. Good Luck!


Entry Frequency: single
Not open to: QC
Age: age of majority

Expires June 30, 2014
 

4 Responses to Win a 2014 Bobcat Loader

  1. Chuck says:

    Just so you are prepared… you need to have a story about you and your Bobcat… or other business
    You could win a distinctive limited-edition skid-steer or compact track loader and other great prizes simply by sharing how your Bobcat loader makes you unstoppable.

    Enter by submitting a story about:
    A tough job you’ve tackled head-on with your Bobcat loader
    A Bobcat loader that’s never let you down
    A business you’re proud of
    …another reason why your Bobcat loader has made you unstoppable.

  2. hannah says:

    why i need to win is far too long a story, please enter me.

  3. taralee says:

    link not working….Help? i think the contest runs till June

  4. joan says:

    I learnt how to operate a bobcat during Toronto’s worst winter storm – our city called in the army for help. I was driving for Beamish keeping the Gardner Highway salted.
    When we lacked enough operators and had one bobcat idle I demanded an opportunity to work clearing sidewalks in harmony with the grader operators in the downtown core. I was quickly shot down by a “white hat” as we referred to the big bosses. He had seen me get on initially a day earlier and had zero confidence I could handle the equipment. My determination and loud mouth arrogance challenged him and I was soon proving my abilities, downtown, in unison with the graders, and truckers.
    I was no where near amazing but was extremely happy that winter having the best time ever operating that bobcat. As a woman operator I found a lot of stares, and people generally glad to see me loving my job.
    I would so enjoy an opportunity to work again on a bobcat, couldn’t be better having my own to operate.

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