Blue Ox Heating & Air is teaming up with WWTC AM 1280 The Patriot to honor veterans and active military personnel with the Patriotic Blue Ox Veterans Contest!
How Does It Work?
Every week, Blue Ox and The Patriot are hiding the “Patriotic Blue Ox” somewhere on their sites–and no, the one up there doesn’t count, but be sure to check a few other blogs on our site this week! When a Twin Cities metro-based veteran or active member of the military finds the Patriotic Blue Ox, they can click on it to register for the contest. Just track down that big blue ox and you’re in!
What Do I Win?
Just by registering, vets and active military personnel receive a 15% off discount coupon you can use on a future AC or furnace tune up or general service appointment. This coupon never expires, so use it when you need it. Even better, you’ll earn a chance to win the Grand Prize. One lucky participant will receive either a brand-new furnace or air conditioner. We’ll throw in free delivery and installation, too!
When Do I Start?
If you live in the Twin Cities metro and you’re a veteran or actively serving in the military, you can find the Patriotic Blue Ox here on goblueox.com or over at The Patriot right now! Find the ox and register for 15% off your next furnace or AC tune up and a chance to win a brand-new furnace or air conditioner. The contest starts now and runs through September 17th. Get looking, and remember: the Patriotic Blue Ox will move once a week. If you don’t act now, it might not be where you left it!
Must be an active member of the military or National Guard, or a military or National Guard veteran, eighteen (18) years of age or older, and a homeowner with an installed furnace or HVAC unit in one of the seven (7) counties of the Twin Cities metro area to enter.
Each participant may only register once. The Grand Prize winner will be selected via a random drawing on Monday, October 2, 2017. The winner will be notified via phone and email shortly thereafter. Please see the full contest rules for more information. Good luck, and thank you for your service!