New Holland, PA — What would you do with a New Holland compact Boomer™ 30 tractor and loader? Dig a pond? Plant a food plot to attract the biggest buck? Till a prize-winning garden to feed the hungry? Make your neighbors jealous?
To find out, New Holland has announced the Boomer™ 555 Contest. Beginning July 1 and continuing for the next five months, legal residents of the U.S. and Canada (except Quebec) can enter to win a five-year lease of a New Holland Boomer 30 compact tractor and loader with the industry-leading Boomer Guard5 limited five-year warranty.
To enter, just visit the contest’s website at www.boomer555.com and describe how you would use a New Holland compact tractor. Unique ideas and inspiring stories count! Qualified entrants, 18 years or older, can enter by submitting their most dynamic, creative entry in words, photos or video. Entries can also be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com or mailed to Boomer 555 Contest – MS # 208, c/o New Holland Agriculture, P.O. Box 1895, 120 Brubaker Ave., New Holland, PA 17557.
“Boomer tractors are well-equipped to make quick work of all sorts of jobs,” says Ken Hough, New Holland Tractor Marketing Manager. “We’re looking forward to seeing some very imaginative entries.”
Winning entries will be chosen based on originality, quality, inspiration and creativity. Only one entry per household may be submitted. To be eligible, entries must be received by midnight EST on November 30, 2011. Complete contest rules are available at www.boomer555.com. Selected entries may be featured online, on Facebook and YouTube, and in New Holland promotions.
The inspiration for the contest is New Holland’s new 5-year Boomer Guard5 limited warranty on all Boomer™ 30/35/40/50 deluxe compact tractors. This five-year limited powertrain warranty is the best in the industry. It includes the two-year limited “bumper-to-bumper” warranty and adds three more years to powertrain components, for a total of up to five years of protection.
For more information, see your local New Holland dealer, or visit www.newholland.com/na
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