Crowley Offers Chance to Wave the Starting or Finishing Flags for Iron Dog Race
Want to Wave the Starting or Finishing Flag for the 2016 Iron Dog Race? Crowley Affords Two Lucky Winners the Chance
Iron Dog racers fueling up.
Photo by Cheryl Sluka
PALMER, Alaska; February 1, 2016) – Crowley fuels adventure, and as the official fuel distributor of the Iron Dog race, the company is giving residents in the Matsu Valley the opportunity to win a chance to wave the starting flag for the race and residents in Fairbanks the opportunity to win a chance to wave the finish flag. Each of the sweepstakes winners will also receive a $100 Shell gas card.
Billed as the “World’s Longest Toughest Snowmobile Race,” the Iron Dog starts Feb. 20 and runs over 2,000 miles through some of Alaska’s most rugged terrain before ending on Feb. 28.
To be a part of this 33-year tradition and experience the adrenaline rush of starting or ending the race with a flag wave, residents should enter the sweepstakes online at crowley.com/irondog or in person by visiting Crowley’s Valley location at 485 Outer Springer Loop; 6090 West Park Highway, or Fairbanks location at 170 E. Van Horn Rd. While no purchase is required, there is a limit of one entry per household. All entries must be received by Feb. 17, and winners will be notified on Feb. 18.
“We are pleased to be such an integral part of this spectacular race,” said Bob Cox, Crowley vice president. “Giving residents the opportunity to win a chance to start or end the race is a great way to reward and recognize our neighbors in the Valley and Fairbanks. We are all looking forward to watching and celebrating the athleticism, tradition and endurance that the race represents.”
Crowley is a leader in the Alaska fuel industry, providing transportation, distribution and sales of petroleum products to more than 280 communities across Alaska. Crowley also supports the energy industry on the North Slope with summer sealifts of large production modules and various marine transportation services. At the southern terminus of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, Crowley provides tanker escort and docking services in Valdez Harbor and Prince William Sound for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company’s Ship Escort/Response Vessel System, utilizing some of the most technologically advanced and powerful tugboats in the world. To learn more about Crowley in Alaska, visit: www.crowleyalaska.com.
To learn more about Crowley Maritime Corporation, the 124-year-old, privately held company providing marine solutions, energy and logistics services around the world, please visit: www.crowley.com.