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Derrick Mike receives customer-painted "Wisconsin Proud" Pro Plus plow.

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December 14, 2011

Early this fall, Western Products gave Wisconsin snow-removal professionals the opportunity to win a custom-painted Western “Wisconsin Proud” Pro Plus snow plow. To enter the sweepstakes, contestants were simply required to fill out a form on the Western Products website.

The winner is Derrick Mike, of Westfield, Wisconsin. Mike plows residential and commercial accounts as a side business. He says that he was truly surprised when a representative called to inform him that he had won the plow. “I was kind of confused, at first,” he explains, “and thought that one of my buddies was trying to pull one over on me.”
Upon realizing that he really had won the plow, Mike says, “I was pretty excited!”

A representative from Western Products recently delivered the new custom-painted Western Pro Plus snow plow to Mike’s door. Mike plans to install the plow on a new truck in the near future, and can’t wait to start pushing snow with his one-of-a-kind “Wisconsin Proud” plow.




 

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