For Immediate Release: (May 21, 2004)
James Turner of Cordova, Tennessee, is the happy owner of a brand-new Harley- Davidson motorcycle, as the Grand Prize winner in Leica Geosystems’ World of Concrete Sweepstakes.
Turner registered for the sweepstakes when he visited Leica Geosystems’ booth at the World of Concrete trade show in Orlando, Florida, February 16 -19, 2004. The 2004 red-and-silver Harley-Davidson 883C Sportster was delivered to his home this month.
Turner is a 12-year employee at Ray Bell Construction of Memphis, Tennessee, a leading Southeast construction company specializing in office buildings, sports facilities, bridges, hospitals and justice facilities. Established in 1970, Ray Bell is ranked 225th overall in Engineering News-Record’s Top 400 Contractors.
At the 2004 World of Concrete show, Leica Geosystems displayed a range of rugged, high-precision instruments for the construction industry, including lasers, machine automation, GPS surveying instruments and robotic total stations.
Leica Geosystems, with worldwide headquarters in Heerbrugg, Switzerland, develops, manufactures and markets systems for surveying, mapping and position determination. The company has a turnover of almost 700 million Swiss francs and is listed on the Swiss Exchange. Leica currently has 2,370 employees, with 600 located in the United States. It is structured in six divisions: Surveying and Engineering, GIS and Mapping, Metrology, Special Products, Consumer Products and New Businesses. Along with the Swiss facilities, the company also has development and production subsidiaries in America and Asia. Leica Geosystems has 20 wholly-owned sales subsidiaries worldwide and representation in more than 120 countries.
For sales inquiries, contact Leica online at www.leica-geosystems.com or your local Leica dealer.