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Columbia Forklift Challenge
Portland, Oregon, United States - Tuesday 8th March 2011
Competitions / rodeos

We are hosting our first-ever forklift skills/safety demonstration as part of our Oregon Governor's Occupational Safety & Health Conference on Tuesday March 8, 2011. Dubbed the "Columbia Forklift Challenge" - more info will be found at www.orosha.org/conferences.

Any competent forklift operator(s) certified by their employer is eligible.  There will be both individual and team awards.  Individual awards are:  1st place ($500); 2nd place ($350); and 3rd place ($200).  Team award for 1st place (consisting of three from same company) will receive $450.  The team scoring is an aggregate of their individual runs.

Date(s):
Tuesday 8th March 2011

Time(s):
Check-in time will be posted on our website when it's determined (probably around 7am). (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Venue:
Oregon Convention Center

Ticketing:
entry fee is $50 USD

Contact for booking / more info:
www.orosha.org/conferences

http://www.oregongosh.com
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