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Tread Lightly! and Warn partner for a SEMA promotion!!!

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Warn has generously donated a new Warn VR8000 winch for our SEMA "Friend of Tread Lightly!" promotion!!! You know you want to win, so...

Here's how this works:

Sign up to be a "Friend" of Tread Lightly! between now and the last day of the SEMA trade show in Las Vegas (Nov 1 to Nov 4), either by stopping by our booth (38053), scanning the QR code on the poster below, or going to our "Friend" page Tread Lightly - Become a Friend of Tread Lightly! and signing up. By becoming our friend, you'll receive periodic emails about TL! and our efforts encourage responsible use and stewardship.

On November 5th, we will announce the winner. Only those who sign up as Friends between now and the 4th are qualified.

That's it, That's all. Thanks for your support :D

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Here's our winner!

Alex was chosen out of over 350 new "Friends of Tread Lightly!" that signed up during the SEMA show in November.

A reminder that signing up as a "Friend" doesn't cost you anything, but will give you a heads up on upcoming programs and news from Tread Lightly!

Tread Lightly - Become a Friend of Tread Lightly!

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