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ECHO Bear Cat gives away a chipper/shredder

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Kim Turner won the piece of equipment after attending the GIE+EXPO.

| December 29, 2011

ECHO Bear Cat and Outdoor Equipment Distributors. have awarded Kim Turner of Conway, S.C. with a new ECHO Bear Cat SC2170 Chipper/Shredder. Kim Turner was the winner of our 2011 GIE Expo giveaway. Outdoor Equipment Distributors. Territory Manager, Mike Murphy presented the SC2170 Chipper/Shredder to Kim Turner at Barry’s Outdoor Equipment.  Murphy spent the day with Turner, training her on how to properly use and maintain the machine.

Kim Turner was excited to be the recipient of the SC2170 Chipper/Shredder and is looking forward to taking it home and trying it out. Turner plans on using the machine in her backyard to get rid of pruned limbs, leaves and other small yard debris.

“ECHO Bear Cat along with Outdoor Equipment Distributors. is proud to be sponsors of this giveaway,” said ECHO Bear Cat Director Dale Winkelman.  “It’s great to hear that the SC2170 Chipper/Shredder will work perfectly for Kim Turner’s yard maintenance needs.”

ECHO Bear Cat held the SC2170 Chipper/Shredder at the 2011 GIE Expo in Louisville, KY from October 27 – Oct 29, 2011. Contestants registered for the giveaway by visiting the ECHO Bear Cat booth and presenting their official GIE Expo name badge. The winner was picked at random.

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