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EMC double the competition (free footy tipping comp)!
Thursday, 6 Mar 2008 ( #350 )
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EMC Group is proud to announce its inaugural Materials Handling Footy Tipping Competition. The competition is open to all EMC customers and suppliers in Australia and New Zealand free of charge. The competition will be for both NRL and AFL, with the grand prize for each code nationally of a plasma TV, plus weekly prizes and individual territory prizes.

Neil Adlam (Group Sales and Marketing Manager) says "EMC is in a unique position as an independent in the industry and felt the footy comp would create a platform where the industry can compete in a friendly and fun atmosphere."

Simply enter your details online at www.emcgateway.com to receive your registration code. Detailed rules are listed on the website or contact your local EMC branch.


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