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Announcing our 2015 Hubbard Life Exmark Mower Sweepstakes WINNERS!

After receiving more than 3,000 entries from customers drawn to the prospect of winning an Exmark zero-turn riding mower, Hubbard has announced the winners of its “Best Things in Life” Sweepstakes. 
 
This promotion was set up once again in 2015 to generate customer traffic to Hubbard’s Dealerships.  The Sweepstakes began July 30 and ended October 1. Three grand prizes were awarded, each being an Exmark Lazer Z® X-Series Mower valued at over $12,000.  One winner at random was selected from each of Hubbard’s (3) three geographic regions of the United States. 
 
The three official winners are:
  • Western Region Winner: Doug Deibler of Mullen, NE.  Registered at Vinton Feed Store also in Mullen, NE (top photo).
  • Central Region Winner: Susan Schoenrock of Finlayson, MN. Registered at Finlayson Ag (middle photo).
  • Eastern Region Winner: Steve Watkins of Sidney, OH. Registered at Kings Drive Thru Feed in Belfontaine, OH (bottom photo).

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Hubbard Life and Exmark Launch “Best Things in Life” Sweepstakes

Hubbard Life is excited to announce a joint promotion with Exmark, the leading manufacturer of commercial mowers for the landscape professional. The companies have teamed up for a 2nd year in a row to give away three top-of-the-line Exmark zero-turn mowers away in the Hubbard Life ‘Best Things in Life’ Sweepstakes.

The Hubbard Life ‘The Best Things in Life’ Sweepstakes began on July 30, 2015. No purchase is necessary to enter. Customers can simply visit a participating Hubbard Life dealer to complete the postage-paid sweepstakes entry card. All entries must be received by October 1, 2015.

Three winners will be selected – one from each of the three Hubbard Life business unit regions. Each winner will take home a 2015 Exmark Lazer Z X-Series zero-turn mower with a 60-inch cutting deck and a retail value of more than $13,000.

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