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Sweepstakes offers tradesmen chance to win 2014 RAM pick-up truck

MT. PROSPECT, Ill., June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, SKILSAW launched a completely new line of lightweight SKILSAW Worm Drive saws. To showcase how light the saws are, SKILSAW is challenging users to hold a worm drive saw at arm's length for a chance to be entered to win a 2014 RAM pick-up truck. 

From now until September 2014, SKILSAW will be sponsoring its "What Are YOU Made Of?" challenge at various industrial locations. The challenge calls for participants to hold a worm drive at arm's length for an allotted period of time. Participants can select from a variety of new saws to use for the challenge. They can select either the SKILSAW MAG77LT, the lightest worm drive saw on the market, or competitor worm drive saws. Those who meet the challenge will be entered into a sweepstakes to win a 2014 RAM pick-up truck. As an added bonus, all participants who qualify will receive a $5 Buffalo Wild Wings® gift card.

"The new line is significantly lighter, and users notice it as soon as they pick up the saws," said Craig Hanba, marketing manager, SKILSAW. "These events are a fun way to demonstrate how a lighter saw can improve your performance on the jobsite."

Consumers who visit one of the "What Are YOU Made Of?" events will also have the opportunity to get a free tune up* on their existing worm drive SKILSAW and receive great offers on select worm drive models.

At participating White Cap Construction stores, tradesmen can fill out a postcard entry form for the chance to win a 2014 RAM pick-up truck and a trip for two to Las Vegas to claim the prize at the 2015 World of Concrete Construction Show. Five first prize winners will each receive a SKILSAW MAG77LT.

For event dates, visit www.skilsaw.com/events.

Introduced earlier this year, SKILSAW's new line of worm drives features three saws: the SKILSAW SHD77-02, the SKILSAW SHD77M-02 and the SKILSAW MAG77LT. For information on where to buy and tool features, visit www.skilsaw.com.

Visit http://skiltoolsnews.com/ for SKIL press materials, images and media resources.

*See event schedule for locations where service is available

About SKIL
SKIL Tools, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in Mount Prospect, Ill., is a leader in portable electric power tools and accessories serving the professional construction and consumer do-it-yourself markets. SKIL Tools was founded in 1924 with the invention of its flagship tool SKILSAW, the first portable circular saw and pioneering the use of a worm drive and a die-cast aluminum motor housing. Its successor, the SKILSAW Model 77 became the bench-mark of portable circular saws changing the construction and home improvement industry forever.

About Robert Bosch Tool Corporation
Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in North America was formed in January 2003 when Robert Bosch GmbH combined its North American power tool, accessory and lawn and garden divisions into one organization. As a manufacturing pioneer with more than a century's worth of experience, the Bosch name has become synonymous with engineering excellence. With 18,000 employees worldwide and 3,500 in North America, the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation is a world leader in the design, manufacture and sale of power tools, rotary and oscillating tools, accessories, laser and optical leveling and range finding tools, and garden and watering equipment.

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