NEW FEATURES for 2013:
• Entries will be posted online after they are submitted
• Entries can be voted on publicly
• Entry with highest public vote will win the NEW People’s Choice Award of $1,000*

PRIZES:
1st Place - $1,250*
2nd Place - $800*
3rd Place - $500*
There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize awarded for each of the eight categories you can enter.

DATES to REMEMBER:
June 1 - Open for entries
June 21 - Early Entry Deadline
July 31 - Deadline for entries to be received

RULES to REMEMBER:
• Current US and Canadian sawmill owners are eligible to enter.
• Multiple projects can be entered.
• A project that has won in a previous Personal Best contest cannot be entered again.

HOW to ENTER - 4 EASY STEPS:

• STEP 1 - Pick your Project(s)
Decide on one or more completed projects that incorporate lumber sawn on your sawmill. You may enter as many individual
projects as you like. Each entry must include a full application form.

• STEP 2 - Complete the Application
Enter online. Set up a username and password so that you can save, edit, and update your entries as needed. Or you can fill out a paper application.

• STEP 3 - Include More Than 5 Pictures
Our judges appreciate many high quality photos in order to judge your project as fairly as possible.

• STEP 4 - Submit by Mail or On-line
All entries must be received by July 31, 2013. Submit online or mail to:
Wood-Mizer Personal Best, 8180 West 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46214.

* Credits can be used towards the purchase of any Wood-Mizer products, parts, or accessories. Credits have no cash value, are listed in U.S. dollars, and are good for one year.

   TIPS for a WINNING PROJECT ENTRY:

• Take lots of high quality photos.
If you’re not handy with a camera, get a friend or relative who can help you. Our judges are limited to the photos you provide in order to judge your project. Rule of thumb: More is better!

 • Enter early.
The earlier you enter, the more people can vote on your project, increasing your chances of winning the People’s Choice award!

 • Tell us as much as you can about the project.
Again, our judges are limited by what you provide. Complex projects should be accompanied by detailed descriptions of construction and use. Attach additional pages to provide more in-depth information.



 
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