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Tri-Ped Information and OrderingWe have exciting news for the new members of Land Surveyors United! Stan Dennison, the inventor behind Tri-Ped tripod stabilizers, has offered to hold a contest which will award one lucky member per month a free set of 3 Tri-Peds just for having their profile information and picture. What a deal!Here's how it works:1) Must be a member of Land Surveyors United. If you're not, join here (or click badge below).2) Complete your profile by filling in details regarding location, expertise, blah, blah, blah...3) Upload a picture of yourself or your company logo4) Ask a question to the community. Can be about anything from total stations to preference in plumbobs, to field troubleshooting. Share anything and you're in there... View my page on Land Surveyors United -World's First Online Surveying CommunityIt's that easy folks! Once per month, Stan will draw from the pot of existing members and if your name comes up and the required information above is in place, you're the lucky duck with the prize!
Tri-PedTM is revolutionizing the way surveying equipment is protected against damage. Tri-Ped is a set of three weighted feet with slip-resistant tread that attach to tripod and bipod legs, making them stable on concrete, asphalt and other hard surfaces, or in strong winds. Tri-Ped is a patent pending product. Palmetto Equipment and Supply is one of only a few selected authorized distributors of Tri-PedTM
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Find out more info about Tri-Peds (including demonstration video) here or their official website
Good Luck Surveyors!
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