MISSISSAUGA, ON, June 11, 2013 /CNW/ - For over 300 years Husqvarna, the
world's largest producer of outdoor power products, has been making
equipment that gives consumers the self-confidence and capability to
tackle even the most difficult challenge out there; making the
Founded in Sweden more than 300 years ago, Husqvarna has an extensive
history of product excellence. It is this drive and commitment to
continual innovation that has led to the production of a long list of
pioneering, efficient and professional outdoor equipment. Husqvarna
develops premium machinery that helps users be faster and more
confident; preparing them for any challenge that comes their way.
In keeping with the goal of making the impossible possible Husqvarna is
partnering with award-winning Canadian explorer, Bruce Kirkby to launch
Challenge the Impossible - a national story contest that will recognize
everyday Canadians who tackle seemingly impossible feats. The campaign
is calling on consumers across Canada to visit http://www.husqvarna.com/ca/en/stories/ and share their stories.
"Husqvarna is about Challenging the Impossible and being inspired by the
pursuit of the challenges we face ahead," said Scott Ride, President
Husqvarna Canada. "From an unruly lawn to trekking cross-country to a
remote travel destination, our consumers challenge the impossible every
day. We want to hear their stories and reward them for their work."
Entrants will submit a short written entry (150 words or less) and a
photograph starting June 11, 2013 through to August 11, 2013. At the
conclusion of the campaign, a panel of judges will evaluate entries
based upon creativity and originality and the winner will be awarded an
outdoor prize pack for two valued up to $5,000 and a Husqvarna product
prize pack worth approximately $1600.
The Husqvarna Group is the world's largest producer of outdoor power
product including chainsaws, trimmers, lawn mower and garden tractors.
The Group is also the European leader in consumer watering products and
one of the world leaders in cutting equipment and diamond tools for the
construction and stone industries. The product offering includes
products for both consumer and professional users. The Group's products
are sold via dealers and retailers in more than 100 countries.
SOURCE: Husqvarna Canada
For further information:
Robyn Hunt, APEX PR