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Warn Industries Donates PullzAll to Reward Leadership Graduates

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RLTC Graduates: at the end of 2008, in time for Christmas, Stacie and I will draw one name from our list of successful RLTC graduates. That person will recieve this awesome power tool, the PullzAll, from Warn Industries.

PullzAllā„¢ 24V DC Cordless Version
IT LIFTS. IT PULLS. IT WORKS ITS BATTERY PACK OFF.

The PullzAll is a powerful, lightweight, easy-to-use handheld electric tool with the ability to lift or pull up to 1,000 lbs. A strong motor and variable speed control allow you to move heavy items into place smoothly and precisely. These features equate to saving both time and money.

Warn Cordless PullzAll


The PullzAll will help get the job done easier, faster, and with less manual labor than a come-a-long or chain fall, making you more productive. The PullzAll is for the tradesperson, farmer/rancher, or anyone that needs to lift or pull up to 1,000 lbs. This makes PullzAll ideal for construction, pipe fitting, iron work, equipment and plant maintenance, farm and ranch use, auto shops, garages, machine shops, home improvement, hunting, camping, and more.

This cordless version comes with two batteries and works anywhere. You'll be amazed how it will help you do many different jobs. About a $250 value!

Warn Industries supports land use and access in many ways. They are members of many organizations; they support raffles all over the country; they contribute to our efforts often; and they are personal sponsors of mine as well.

Check out the many products of Warn right here at www.warn.com and thank them for this generous support of our leadership training program, RLTC.

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