Columbia Machine’s Oldest Machine Contest

In honor of Columbia Machine’s 75 year celebration, a contest is being held to identify the oldest operating Columbia machine.  The customer that is identified to have the oldest operating machine will receive a $10,000 parts and mold credit as well as a free Columbia customer care visit.  In addition, there will be a “participation drawing prize” given for $7,500 parts and mold credit. This will be rewarded regardless of the manufactured date.

The oldest operating machine contest began on March 1, 2012 and will run until July 1, 2012. During this period, all Columbia customers are invited to submit their machines into the contest.  The company is ending the campaign on July 1st in order to allow enough time to visit the customer location, verify machine details and confirm the equipment is running.The winning customer will be recognized at the 75 Years celebration at Columbia Machine, Inc. on August 18th.

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