Random Drawing Winners
- Holli Bechard - Miller Electric Welders official stainless steel coffee mug
- Desiree Bates - I'm Not Just a Girl shirt
- Valerie Douglas - Miller Electric Welders official stainless steel coffee mug
- Brittney Hiersche - I'm Not Just a Girl shirt
- Jennifer Spedoske - Miller Electric Welders stainless steel coffee mug & gloves
- Dianna Pitts - I'm Not Just a Girl shirt and ANY item from Race Team Store
Voting is Closed
Cora Jokinen at Torq-Masters is a business owner, racer and welder. Together we want to support Lady welders around the country. Cora's relationship with Miller Welders has allowed her the opportunity to put a Women's Miller Digital Elite Helmet (Retail $317), Women's Welding Large Jacket, and 3 pairs of Miller Welding Gloves up for grabs.
Here is how we are going to do this, Ladies:
2. Submit your Photo, with Name, Email, Phone Number and Shipping Address to Winning@BowerMedia.com
>> 2nd Prize - Women's Welding Jacket, Large, from Miller Welders, Miller Welding Gloves
>> 3rd Prize - Miller Welding Gloves
Submission Deadline: December 8, 2016 -> Email Winning@BowerMedia.com
Voting Opens: December 12, 2016 at 12pm PST -> Ladies Offroad Network Group Page
Voting Closes: December 16, 2016 at 12pm PST -> Ladies Offroad Network Group Page
Winners Announced: December 16, 2016 at 3pm PST -> Facebook LIVE on Ladies Offroad Network Group Page
Lady Welders Able to Win Welding Gear
Submit Picture by Thursday December 8th to Winning@BowerMedia.com
Cora Jokinen at Torq-Masters Industries is a business owner, racer and welder. Together with the Ladies Offroad Network, we want to support lady welders around the country. Cora's relationship with Miller Electric Welders has allowed her the opportunity to put a Women's Miller Digital Elite Helmet (Retail $317), Women's Welding Large Jacket, and 3 pairs of Miller Welding Gloves up for grabs.
“People often say, 'women make the best welders' but sometimes that's hard with ill-fitting safety gear. I want to help those women who are already welding step up their game with the best safety gear in the industry, specifically designed for women, from Miller Electric Welders,” said Cora Jokinen, President, Torq-Masters Industries. “My Grandfather told me to get an education and learn a trade. While in college I took classes to learn how to weld because I couldn't afford to buy Jeep parts from the catalogues and I wanted to make my own parts. Fast forward 15 years, my company is making thousands of parts a year for my fellow Offroaders, that passion to create and innovate still strong, and Miller Welders are still in my garage.”
Cora approached the Ladies Offroad Network to host this fun contest. “I am very excited to be able to reach out to all the welding ladies with the opportunity that Cora offered and with Miller Welders generosity,” said Charlene Bower, owner of Bower Media and Ladies Offroad Network. “This contest is a stepping stone to a very exciting 4-day event that we have planned for garage girls in 2017. In my travels I have talked to lady welders, fabricators and mechanics who feel they are the only one of their kind that exists. I know that isn’t the case, and I look forward to being able to bring them together in an educational, networking and fun format.” More information on the 2017 Ladies Offroad Garage event will be released soon.