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Polaris announces winner in four legs to win four wheels owner loyalty promotion who won a Polaris Ranger 1000 EPS Premium valued at $31,000!
Polaris owners seem to be a passionate bunch. They’re Aussie farmers, hunters and recreational riders who love their Polaris almost as much as their dog. To thank their owners for their loyalty and celebrate the dynamic duo of Polaris and dogs, Polaris ran the Four Legs to Win Four Wheels promotion throughout June and July with three exciting prizes up for grabs.
People were invited to share a photo of their Polaris together with their dog to showcase the Polaris brand and Australian farming, hunting or recreational activities. Well, earlier this week, Polaris announced the winner of the competition who will receive the grand prize of a 2021 RANGER 1000 EPS Premium, upfitted with heaps of Genuine Polaris accessories and valued at over $31,000 and it was John Gassner from South Australia!
Gassner shared a photo of his Kelpie, Eddy, unbothered by the cow and looking alert perched on the back of John’s RANGER.
Second place went to Joanna Farrell, who shared a photo of the tub of her RANGER EV filled with not one, not two, but six of her dogs. Joanna will receive a $1,000 Polaris Accessory voucher.
With over 1,200 fantastic entries into the competition, it was difficult for Polaris to select just one third place winner. Ultimately they decided to increase the number of prizes and award four $500 vouchers to Brad Palmer, Caroline Hermes, Amy Greenhil l and Alice Fargher. Each of their photos showed a different side of the Polaris and Aussie lifestyle, complete with a variety of different Aussie dogs.
“We were blown away by the 1,200+ entries and the overall enthusiasm shown for the Four Legs to Win Four Wheels competition,” said Kris Matich, Marketing Manager for Polaris Australia & New Zealand. “We’d like to thank all those who took the time to participate. The overwhelming response just goes to show how passionate Polaris owners are about their machine and their dogs.”