an enormous variety of casters exist, and like other hardware items, it can be tricky to locate precisely the type you need.
Brea, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2011
Caster Technology Corporation* (CTC), a leading manufacturer of casters, announces a giveaway promotion—open to everybody (per Giveaway Rules)—whose prize, an Apple iPad, will be awarded to the person whose guess comes closest to the correct number of distinct unique plate bolt hole patterns in CTC’s database of casters.
Everybody knows that casters are swiveling wheel assemblies mounted at the bottom of a cart, rack or other piece of equipment that allow it to roll. Casters come in many sizes, shapes, materials and designs. Some are equipped with wheel brakes, some are made for industries with special requirements (e.g., ease of cleaning, corrosion resistance, etc.) There’s hardly an industry that does not use casters—and therefore need replacements when they wear out. Accordingly, an enormous variety of casters exist, and like other hardware items, it can be tricky to locate precisely the type you need.
Since most people hardly give casters a thought—until they try to locate the precise kind they need—CTC decided to sponsor a promotional iPad giveaway to spread the word that they maintain the world’s largest database of casters. To enter, you need not purchase anything. Just send an email to Promotions(at)castertech(dot)com with “Spring iPad Giveaway Entry” as the Subject. Give your name, company, job title, the address to ship the iPad to if you win, and your guess. One entry per person.
Entries must be received no later than April 15, 2011. The winner will be announced and the iPad shipped May 15, 2011. You can request a copy of the Official Promotion Rules by sending an email to the above address or by mailing a SASE to:
Caster Technology Corporation
Attn: Spring iPad Giveaway Rules Request
11552 Markon Drive
Garden Grove, CA 92841-1809
If the response to the promotion warrants it, CTC may repeat the giveaway in subsequent months, each time posing a different question meant to suggest the awesome size of CTC’s database.
*Caster Technology Corporation (CTC), located in Garden Grove, CA, manufactures and sells casters throughout the US and abroad to corporate customers in a wide variety of industries. The company (originally called Far West Caster Corporation) was founded in 1984 by the brothers Karl and David Elles. It began as a small reseller but grew to become a leading manufacturer that claims to have the largest database of casters in the world. Karl and David are still presiding over the company’s continued expansion.
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