OOIDA Foundation announces commemorative rifle sweepstakes

By Land Line staff

The OOIDA Foundation is now offering truckers a chance to win a custom-design, limited edition "American Trucker" Henry rifle.

Entries will be accepted through Dec. 31, 2015.

There's no purchase necessary to enter, although a donation to the Foundation would be welcomed to support its research, education and scholarship activities.

The rifle is individually numbered 73 of 1,000 to commemorate OOIDA's founding in 1973. Donated by an OOIDA board member, the customized Henry Golden Boy .22-caliber commemorative rifle has been detailed by the Historical Armory in Fort Collins, Colo.

This limited-edition rifle features detailed engraving on both sides of the American walnut forearm, with "The American Trucker" on the right side and "Coast to Coast" in the banner on the left side.

The left side of the American walnut buttstock is engraved with the OOIDA logo, while the right side displays an intricate piece of artwork that depicts the theme of the American Trucker.

You can visit OOIDA.com for more information on the OOIDA Foundation and to locate the rules of the sweepstakes as well as a link to enter.

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Foundation Inc. (OOFI) is a public 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporation. The Foundation's mission is to fight for the rights of all truckers through research and education, which is exclusively from the viewpoint of the small-business owner and professional truck driver as opposed to a large carrier or shareholder whose interests and concerns are often at conflict with the small-business entrepreneur and blue-collar worker. LL