VILLE DE SAINT-GEORGES, Que. — Henry Tenhage Trucking of Beamsville, Ont. has won the most recent Style and Tradition contest organized as part of the rollout of Manac’s aluminum platform trailer.
Henry Tenhage won a Peugeot Special Edition Manac mountain bike manufactured exclusively for the first 12 finalists of the Style and Tradition contest. The bicycle is equipped with an aluminum frame and has a market value of $479.00.
Tenhage is also eligible to win a Chevrolet S-10 XTREME Pick-Up worth $27,500, which will be awarded at Expocam 2001 on Oct. 20, in Montreal.
“I’m extremly happy with the weight of the trailer,” declares Tenhage. “It maximizes the payload and makes a real difference for the fuel economy.”
Also taking home new bikes were Rich Long of Long Transport based in Hagersville, Ont., and Doug Creelman of Cape Cod Finished Wood Siding, of Bedford, N.S.
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