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Flexi-Coil customers to go on company-sponsored tour to Canada and USA

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article image Customers purchasing Flexi-Coil equipment will accumulate points towards a company-sponsored tour of its Canadian manufacturing facility including stops in Las Vegas, San Francisco and the Rocky Mountains

Seeding and tillage equipment leader, Flexi-Coil  will take its Australian customers on a company-sponsored tour to its manufacturing facility in Saskatoon, Canada in mid-2012. The tour will also include stops in Las Vegas and San Francisco.  

Flexi-Coil Australia General Manager, Steve Mulder clarifies that every single customer who qualifies will be eligible to join them on the tour. Customers simply need to purchase or forward order their Flexi-Coil equipment before 30 April 2012.  

Steve explains that each piece of Flexi-Coil equipment has a particular points value. Customers accumulating 10,000 points are automatically eligible for the trip at no additional cost. Alternatively, customers who don’t have sufficient points can purchase additional points at the rate of $1 per point.  

Key destinations lined up for the trip include Flexi-Coil’s birthplace, Saskatoon in Canada to see the equipment being manufactured at the factory as well as Las Vegas, San Francisco and the Rocky Mountains for the fun element.  

Additionally, customers purchasing any piece of Flexi-Coil equipment before 30 April will automatically receive a high quality, 335-piece Williams toolkit valued at over $8,000 at no extra cost. Supplementing this offer is a low 5.95% interest rate fixed for three years from Flexi-Coil’s finance partner, CNH Capital.  

The triple offer consisting of the tour, the toolkit and the low interest rate has been designed to enable farmers to upgrade their tillage and seeding equipment this year.  

Farmers can check with their local Flexi-Coil dealer for more details on the offer.

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