California Casualty Launches Harley-Davidson Contest for Firefighter, EMT And Law Enforcement Professionals

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Acknowledging and rewarding the dedicated work ethic among public safety professionals, California Casualty today announced a contest in which the winner will receive a Harley-Davidson Forty-eight motorcycle valued at more than $10,500. The contest runs from October 1, 2011 to January 31, 2012.

“These are everyday American heroes,” said Mike McCormick, Vice President Group & Internet Marketing for California Casualty.

“These are everyday American heroes,” said Mike McCormick, Vice President Group & Internet Marketing for California Casualty. “They work hard and they deserve to play hard. Who among them wouldn’t love a Harley?”

    The Forty-eight is a dream machine. In addition to sleek, “pure Harley” styling, the bike features a fat front wheel, classic peanut fuel tank, premium paint, and Michelin Scorcher tires. Forward mounted, intuitive controls, the innovative Evolution engine, and smart technology also play a role in making this bike a prize in itself. The lucky winner of the California Casualty prize will take home a Forty-eight in the classic Harley orange color.

    The contest is open to anyone working in the field or offices of law enforcement and firefighting (including EMTs). Entries must be made online at http://www.mycalcas.com/harley. Some restrictions apply; see complete rules at the website.

To learn more about the Harley-Davidson Forty-eight, visit http://www.harley-davidson.com.

Headquartered in San Mateo, CA, with Service Centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas, California Casualty is a 97-year old company providing auto and home insurance products, and others, to educators, law enforcement, fire fighters and nurses in 44 states. Learn more at http://www.calcas.com. For more information on the Harley-Davidson promotion, contact Scott Randolph at 913-266-3609.

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