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FORKLIFT RODEO A SAFETY SUCCESS
Thursday, 27 Nov 2003 ( #135 ) - SALT LAKE CITY, UT, United States
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The Utah Manufacturers' Association's first forklift rodeo on November 22 was won by Frank Bilanzich, of Moog Aircraft, in Salt Lake City.

The 13 entrants, all certified forklift operators, competed in four events: safety inspection, a zigzag course, an obstacle course and a trailer loading and unloading event, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

Troy Bright, of Questar, in Salt Lake City, took second prize and Kent Nebeker, of Smith & Edwards, in Willard, won third place.

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