The Bosch Daredevil is at it again. It’s time to enter the Bosch Daredevil Work Hard, Play Hard contest (http://www.boschdaredevil.com/). You’ll have an opportunity to win weekly prizes by submitting your best example of how you work hard or play hard. The online contest is open through December 31st, 2012. It’s easy to enter, easy to win.
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Working on clock towers and tall buildings gets my vote as the top daredevil in Work Hard, Play Hard.
The Bosch Daredevil Work Hard, Play Hard contest grand prize winner is that wall walker from Arvada, Colo., Dutch. What’s not to like about a guy who spends his time working brick 10 or 20 stories up? It’s all in the wrist.
I want to thank all of our daredevils for submissions that ranged from the conventional to the bizarre. Bizarre is good. Although phase one of Work Hard, Play Hard is closed, we’re not closed for business. Beginning September 14, 2011, one winner a week will get a Daredevil T-shirt (which is dynamite), a Bosch Daredevil spade bit set or a Bosch Daredevil framing blade. But that’s just for starters – look for a bigger contest in November. OK daredevils, get the cameras out.
Sometimes a dirty job is just good, clean fun. Congrats to this week’s Work Hard, Play Hard winner who works on cleaning oil rigs.
There is still time to submit your entry in our Daredevil, Work Hard Play Hard Promotion. Simply visit our Daredevil site, upload your images showing you working on the job or playing hard at home.
Creativity comes in many forms – even foam. Frank Bovio from Sicklerville, NJ used that philosophy to win week two of the Work Hard, Play Hard challenge. I’m anticipating that his seven-foot man of foam is a hobby and not a business, but who knows. Maybe he’s found an underground market. And he mentioned that a foam man will actually reduce your carbon footprint and can provide company in the car pool lanes, so it’s a functional solution. Be sure to keep that creativity flowing in these final two weeks of competition. We’re looking for examples of people who put it “all in” whether they’re working on the job or playing hard at home. Are you a daredevil?
Great photography and death-defying high rise work made Dutch Purnell the week one winner for the Work Hard, Play Hard contest. His company, Base Group, works with coatings, paint and other protective coatings at height. Tall urban structures, bridges and even roller coasters are part of the company’s offering.
For his trouble, Dutch wins a Bosch cordless drill, accompanying Bosch accessories and a pair of Blaklader work pants. Now it’s your turn: We still have three more weeks of Work Hard, Play Hard for great prizes. So get your entry in today.