National Nail Introduces CAMO® Screw Off!™ Competition 

New Jersey & New England Stocking Dealers’ Customers Can Win a 2017 Harley-Davidson® Roadster™ Motorcycle & Cash Prizes 


National Nail announces the CAMO® Screw Off!™, a fun head-to-head competition offering CAMO® stocking dealers’ customers (located in New Jersey and New England) the chance to win a 2017 Harley-Davidson® Roadster™ motorcycle and other cash prizes. The competition is designed to help dealers build stronger relationships with their contractors while creating awareness for CAMO® deck fastening products. The CAMO® Screw-Off!™ qualifying events will take place throughout the spring and summer.

“We have done exciting events like this before and it draws widespread interest to our stocking dealers,” said W. Scott Baker, CEO, National Nail. “We want to introduce our dealers and their contractors to our broad range of CAMO® fastening products, including our innovative Edge Deck Fastening system. This is a very fun way of accomplishing this objective.”  
 
Hosted by a CAMO® stocking dealer, contractors/users are exposed to the full array of CAMO® deck fastening products.  For those brave enough to compete in the CAMO® Screw Off!™ qualifying event, contestants will race against the clock in a screw driving contest to get a chance to win a 2017 Harley-Davidson® Roadster™ motorcycle and other cash prizes at the CAMO® Screw Off!™finals being held at the NRLA LBM Expo in Providence, Rhode Island in February 2018.  

National Nail is working with each CAMO® stocking dealer to promote their event dates, generate contractor interest, and coordinate the competitions. A CAMO® Screw Off!™ Dealer Marketing Kit is sent to every participating dealer which includes a banner, in-store posters and fliers promoting the event.  Additional marketing support includes logo wearables, PR and social media.  

For more information on the CAMO® Screw Off!™ or to hold your own CAMO® Screw Off!™ qualifying event, please visit www.camofasteners.com/screw-off or call Greg Hartmann at 315-350-1832.