SigmaTEK 2014 Outdoor AdventureClick image to enlarge

SigmaTEK Systems LLC has kicked-off its 2014 Outdoor Adventure give-away for North American manufacturers and fabricators.

Manufacturers, fabricators and others within the North American industry can enter for a chance to win a hunting bow or $500 gift certificate to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World or Cabela's.

For registriation and details, visit SigmaTEK online.

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