Bosch Tools, one of the construction industry's trusted tool manufacturers, has just announced an exciting new sweepstakes, giving you a chance to win $50,000 towards a new RAM truck or van. It is all part of a newly announced "Stand By Your Work" sweepstakes, which runs now through November 30th of this year.
To enter, All you need to do is submit a photo of yourself on a job site or with a finished product to https://boschstandbyyourwork.com/.
Dave Pizzolato, group brand manager, of Bosch Tools said “The goal is to give these professionals a chance to show off their skill and commitment to the job. Some amazing things are happening on the job site and here’s a chance to be recognized for that work.”
So grab the closest selfie stick and snap a photo of your skills, and maybe you will be sporting a new Power Wagon soon. Good Luck!
Bosch Stand by Your Work Sweepstakes | Bosch Tools
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