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Oregon - Blue Mountain Forklift Round Up - first Annual
Pendleton, Oregon, United States - 6th June 2-16
Competitions / rodeos

The Forklift Roundup is being presented by the Blue Mountain Occupational Safety & Health Conference Board, in partnership with Oregon OSHA and The Oregon SHARP Alliance.  

Sponsors of the event include some of the region's major employers, like Tillamook dairy products, Boise Cascade wood products, McCormack Construction, Eastern Oregon Rentals, Wildhorse Casino, ConAgra/Lamb Westin, and also a sponsor, the event will be officiated by Rob Vetter and his staff from Ive's Training Group.
The Forklift Round Up will be held on June 6th, as the kickoff event for the Blue Mountain Occupational Safety & Health Conference.

Purse: Montana Siversmith Belt Buckles and cash prizes  - 1st $500, 2nd $400 and 3rd $300 - also Team prizes.

6th June 2-16

Pendleton Convention Center

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