SnowEx gave away two free SR-210 wireless spreaders at SIMA’s 2010 Snow and Ice Symposium, held last June in Providence, R.I.
The winners were drawn at random from a group of show attendees who registered at SnowEx’s booth.
The winner of the first drawing, which took place on June 24, was John Fiorini of Fioland Contracting in West Babylon, N.Y. Scott Carson of Piscataqua Landscaping Company Inc. in Eliot, Maine, won the second drawing on June 25.
“This is our way of saying thanks to the people who stopped by our booth at the SIMA Symposium,” said Mark Hall, director of marketing and sales for SnowEx. “Plus, we’re excited for two more people to try our new wireless spreaders.”
The SR-210 is one of two new models of wireless spreaders from SnowEx. The unit mounts to a standard two-inch receiver hitch and plugs into a seven-pin connector. Once installed, the operator can control the spreader from the vehicle’s cab via a pocket-sized wireless remote.
SnowEx is a product division of TrynEx International. Other TrynEx brands include TurfEx turf care equipment and SweepEx broom attachments.