Fluke to Give Away Harley

EVERETT, WA--Fluke Corp., a manufacturer of compact electronic test tools, calibration equipment and software, has launched a contest with a Harley-Davidson 2002 Deuce motorcycle as the prize. To enter, participants must first "test drive" one of six Fluke products through their local distributor or on the company's Web site.

The promotion runs from Sept. 1, 2001, to March 31, 2002. Eligible Fluke products include the 110 and 170 Series digital multimeters, 330 Series clamp meters, 190 Series ScopeMeter, 725 multifunction process calibrator and the i410/i1010 clamp accessory. Virtual demonstrations are available at www.fluke.com/freeharley.

Official rules and entry brochures are available at participating distributors or on the Web site. The contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents. The drawing will take place April 12, 2002.

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