Power Click, the free eNewsletter from Miller Electric Mfg. Co., will announce its second annual Welding Project Challenge on May 2, 2007. Miller will reveal complete contest details, entry instructions, prizes and winners exclusively to Power Click subscribers.
“ The Weekend Welder Project Challenge ”
Appleton, Wis. (PRWEB
) March 28, 2007 -- Power Click, the eNewsletter from welding leader Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
, will announce its second annual Welding Project Challenge on May 2, 2007. Miller will reveal complete contest details, entry instructions, prizes and winners exclusively to Power Click subscribers. Only the name of the contest – “The Weekend Welder Project Challenge”– and the entry dates (May 2 – 23) are being announced to the general public. Power Click sign up is free, with subscription information and archives of previous issues located at www.MillerWelds.com/PowerClick
View Welding Projects Online
The previous Challenge winners walked away with their choice of a Millermatic 210 all-in-one MIG welder (nearly an $1,800 value) or a Spectrum 375 plasma cutter (nearly a $1,400 value). Visit www.MillerWelds.com/Projects
to view plans from last year’s top winners (and to find plans for other projects), or visit www.MillerWelds.com/challenge
to view the 10 Honorable Mention winners. To get inspired for the 2007 Welding Project Challenge (and to avoid duplicating previous projects), check out the Idea Gallery
The Weekend Welder Project Challenge
Power Click readers – both professional and hobby welders – consistently report that Power Click helps improve their welding performance. Distributed eight times per year, each issue contains new product announcements, two feature stories, “The Basics” welding advice column, a “Shop Talk” Q&A section and upcoming trade show appearances. Each issue also features Power Play, a section that announces offers and entertainment exclusively to Power Click subscribers.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co. is a leading worldwide manufacturer of Miller brand arc welding equipment and related systems and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW).