Bosch “Stand By Your Work Sweepstakes” captures trade professionals’ craftsmanship, pride

Bosch “Stand By Your Work Sweepstakes” captures trade professionals’ craftsmanship, pride

The sweepstakes runs from Sept. 2, 2016 through Nov. 30, 2016 All it takes is a picture of the contestant on a jobsite or with a competed project All entries will be posted on a rotating online display that captures all submissions One winner will walk away with the grand prize of a $50,000 credit toward their choice of a new RAM truck or van

MT. PROSPECT, IL — Trade professionals know that getting the job done right demands a combination of attitude, skill and the right tools. Bosch understands the commitment it takes and that’s what the “Stand By Your Work” Sweepstakes is all about – showing pride in what you do.

“The goal is to give these professionals a chance to show off their skill and commitment to the job. Some amazing things are happening on the jobsite and here’s a chance to be recognized for that work,” said Dave Pizzolato, group brand manager, Robert Bosch Tool Corporation. “These hardworking men and women work on projects that need to stand the test of time. And what better way to honor them than to kick off this program on Labor Day weekend?”

Taking part in the “Stand By Your Work” sweepstakes, which runs from Sept. 2, 2016 through Nov. 30, 2016, is easy. All it takes is a picture of the contestant on a jobsite or with a competed project; then submit it to boschtools.com/standbyyourwork. All entries will be posted on a rotating online display that captures all submissions to create one larger photo. One winner will walk away with the grand prize of a $50,000 credit toward their choice of a new RAM truck or van.

“The goal of the sweepstakes is to reward professionals who stand by their work. We made the contest easy to enter – take a photo and submit. That’s it,” said Pizzolato.

For information about the Bosch Stand By Your Work Sweepstakes, including rules and additional details, go to boschtools.com/standbyyourwork.

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