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It’s Sunday night, September 23, and we decided to do something a little different with our current giveaway. We’ve just triggered the system to randomly select the winner…. on camera!
We just uploaded that video (the one above), announcing the winner’s name, so if you entered and want to find out if it was you, watch the video for the results. Best of luck!
If you were the winner, congratulations! You’ll be hearing from us soon.
If you weren’t the lucky winner this time, you can still buy this awesome compressor and winterizing kit on Amazon using the links below. Since the temperature has dropped a lot here over the past couple of nights, and we’re heading out for some long driving days, I (Peter) topped up our tires just this morning (which were showing an average of about 4 PSI low due to the sudden drop in temperature) and I absolutely LOVE our compressor. Can’t recommend it highly enough.
If you didn’t win the giveaway, you can use the following links to pick up your own compressor and winterizing kit:
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