Blastrac Searching for Oldest Blastrac Shot Blaster

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Blastrac is preparing for the future and looking forward towards World of Concrete in January 2011, the premier show for all things concrete. With a strong presence planned for the next WOC, Blastrac is launching a search for the oldest operating 1-10D shot blaster still used for surface prep today. Blastrac is offering to prominently feature the qualifying machine in the Blastrac exhibit at WOC 2011. Exciting details for the owner of the machine will be announced on their website in the coming weeks at www.blastrac.com.
If your Blastrac 1-10D shot blaster has stood the test of time and you would like to submit that shot blaster for consideration as the oldest model in operation, call Jonn Rippman, National Sales Manager and Training Director, at 800-256-3440, ext. 3170 to relay your information. Or, if you would prefer to email your submission, send the serial number of the 1-10D machine, a brief description of your use for it, how long you’ve had ownership, and a few photographs to info@blastrac.com. Blastrac will review submissions and contact the owner of the selected machine to make arrangements to transport the machine to Blastrac for final inspection and testing, and then on to World of Concrete in January.
Submissions must be received no later than October 15, 2010. The winning entrant will receive round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations for three nights, and attendee entrance to WOC 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Be sure to watch the Blastrac website for further details and photos of some of the entries with the stories behind their success.

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