MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Fisher Engineering and SnowEx have announced the winners of the pink plow and spreader raffle at GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Ky.
Brian Crouch of Falmouth, Ky., won a pink FISHER XV2 V-plow and Michael Manley of Clemont, Fla., won a pink SnowEx SP-7550 spreader. In all, $10,021 was raised for the Susan G. Komen Louisville Affiliate in support of those affected by breast cancer.
"I couldn't be happier with the pink XV2. Local businesses want me to show the plow off at their locations to help promote breast cancer research and support. I'm going to have people pay a dollar to sign the plow and then donate that money back to the Komen Foundation. It's my way of giving back," says Crouch. He also plans to donate a small percentage of his plowing revenue to the Susan G. Komen Foundation whenever he uses his new XV2 V-plow.
Manley, winner of the SnowEx SP-7550 spreader, says "I decided to stop by and donate to the cause in memory of my sister, who passed away from breast cancer. I really couldn't believe it when they called my name. I wasn't expecting to win, but I prayed and told my sister that, if I won, I would sell it and give the money to her kids. I plan on surprising them on Christmas with the money. It will really help my niece with raising her own kids. I want to thank FISHER and SnowEx for doing this. It's a great thing."
Photo: Michael Manley of Clemont, Fla., is the winner of the pink SnowEx SP-7550 spreader that was raffled off at the 2013 GIE+EXPO.