FEECO and Where Did You See Me Announce Winners for First Contest
Where Did You See Me banners were put on each rotary drum, inviting anyone who saw one of the drums to take a picture and submit it to the WDYSM website. As the drum made its way across Wisconsin, FEECO received a huge response from people spotting the drum. As the end of August brought the contest to a close, winners were announced, and prizes are being sent out for the top five photos.
The first prize winner won with 67 votes on his photo. In a statement about the contest, the winner said, “I thought it was a great idea for getting people involved with tracking the progress of the transport. I was amazed at the size of the drum and the transport truck. I wouldn’t have guessed they could have got it through that part of town. Watching them negotiate the small intersections was fun.”
FEECO received an overwhelmingly positive response from participants, especially the local community. “We’d do it again in a heartbeat,” said President of FEECO, Dan Madigan. “We were truly touched by the response we received on the transportation of these drums. It was a lot of fun to see how people responded to it.”
For more information on the Where Did You See Me program, or to make a suggestion for an upcoming contest, visit their website.
We're more than an Equipment Company... We're a Complete Solutions Provider. FEECO International, Inc. was founded in 1951 to supply the fertilizer industry and has grown over the years offering equipment and solutions to companies worldwide in a variety of industries. FEECO specializes in turning problems into opportunities. FEECO provides a wide range of products and services including: Lab Testing, Thermal Processing, Agglomeration, and Material handling equipment / systems, Parts, Maintenance Programs, Training, etc. Let us show you how a technology driven, process offered company can assist you with your design, processes, equipment or production needs. Please check out our website at www.feeco.com for more information.
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Green Bay, WI 54311
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