Three companies each won new Case 430 skid steer loader valued at more than $47,000.
Rockin’ Block Party sweepstakes winner Fernando Duran (left), co-owner of American Abatement, San Antonio, Texas, accepts congratulations from Kyle Smith (center) of ASCO Texana Machinery and Ion Warner, Case senior director of marketing.
RACINE, Wis. – Case Construction Equipment has awarded each of the three winners of its Rockin’ Block Party sweepstakes with a new Case 430 skid steer loader valued at more than $47,000.
A random drawing conducted in December selected American Abatement, San Antonio; WWF Construction, Winnipeg, Manitoba; and R-Crow Construction, Terrell, Texas, as grand prize sweepstakes winners.
“The response to the Rockin’ Block Party celebration was extraordinary,” said Ion Warner, senior director of marketing. “Thousands of Case customers participated in the events hosted by more than 20 Case dealers throughout North America.”
Case also announced winners of its Rockin’ Block Party skid steer story contest. Grand prize winners each received a $1,000 CNH Capital card. The four grand prize winners were: Douglas Bullerman, Adrian, Minn.; Doug Eastwood, Medina, Ohio; Roger Betland, Dayton, Minn.; and William Jackson, DeMotte, Ind.
Another 20 winners were drawn for first through fifth place and received prizes including jackets, T-shirts and hats. A complete list of story winners is available at www.CaseRocks.com.
Throughout 2009, as part of the Rockin’ Block Party celebration of the 40th anniversary of Case skid steer loaders, customers were invited to climb into the cab of a Case skid steer loader for a demo and a chance to win a new machine. The events raised more than $50,000 in support of local Habitat for Humanity affiliates across North America.
During the past three years, Case has raised nearly $200,000 in support of Habitat for Humanity and Case and its dealers have helped build several homes in their local communities.
“The Case Rockin Block Party events provided an opportunity for the local Habitat for Humanity affiliates to accept donations, generate awareness and recruit volunteers, Warner said. “Some Case dealerships also participated in local Habitat for Humanity home builds.”