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GIE+EXPO Show Coverage, Supplier News

In honor of Susan G. Komen, Fish Engineering and SnowEx will raffle the equipment at GIE+EXPO.

| October 21, 2013

ROCKLAND, ME – Fisher Engineering and SnowEx are donating a pink snowplow and pink spreader for a raffle to raise money for breast cancer awareness at GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky, October 24-25.

In support of the Susan G. Komen Louisville Affiliate, Fisher Engineering and SnowEx are raffling off a pink XV2 V-plow and a pink SP-7550 spreader. Attendees can purchase a ticket for $10. Those who purchase two tickets will receive a free pink camouflage baseball cap, while supplies last. Tickets can be purchased in Booth #100, located near the Food Court in the indoor convention area.

GIE+EXPO is one of the nation’s largest industry trade shows for landscapers, light construction companies, light and heavy duty equipment manufacturers, and gardening and outdoor leisure equipment suppliers. GIE+EXPO features a 19-acre outdoor demonstration area, indoor exhibits and a new product showcase area where companies can demonstrate new innovations in their respective markets. For more information on GIE+EXPO, visit gie-expo.com.

For additional information on FISHER snowplows, visit our showroom or find your nearest FISHER plows dealer.

For more information on SnowEx spreaders, visit snowexproducts.com.

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