Hypertherm launches contest for oldest Hypertherm system in North AmericaClick image to enlarge

Hypertherm is searching for oldest system in North America with its "I cut anything but corners" photo contest

Hypertherm, Hanover, NH is searching for the oldest Hypertherm system in North America for its "I can cut anything but corners" photo contest.

The contest is open to anyone with a Hypertherm system, provided it is at least five years old. Hypertherm is awarding an "I cut anything but corners" t-shirt to anyone who submits a photo of their system and cash prizes of up to $500 to owners of the three oldest Hypertherm systems.

The contest is meant to highlight the longevity of Hypertherm systems. "Like our customers, we don't cut corners when building our systems," says Reese Madden, Hypertherm's director of North American marketing. "Our systems are designed to provide years and years of reliable, worry free service making them an incredible value for anyone who cuts metal."

Entries received so far confirm the longevity of Hypertherm systems with some submissions dating back 30 years to the mid-80's.The contest is accessible via www.Hypertherm.com/photocontest and continues through July 4 of this year.

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