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Take a Creative Photo with the Haimer Marmot, Win a GoPro

Haimer is giving out its yodeling Haimer Marmot and asking IMTS attendees to think outside the box when taking creative photos of Marmot while in Chicago.
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That cute yodeling Haimer Marmot mascot is back! With Haimer headquarters in Bavaria—Igenhausen, Germany, to be exact—the company has once again taken this little marmot from the Alps and brought it back to IMTS on a mission. The Haimer Marmot is not only here to yodel for the crowds but to challenge the creativity of attendees with a “Pose, Post, and Win” photo contest.

So, when visiting Haimer’s booth this week be sure to ask for your yodeling Haimer Marmot before you leave. Then, start thinking outside the box and take a creative photo of Marmot while you’re in Chicago. Upload images to Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #HaimerIMTS2018 for instant entry into this week-long competition. The best pictures featuring the Haimer Marmot will win prizes including a GoPro, a GPS watch, and others after the show.

The winning shot in 2016 was a view from the top and bottom of Centennial Wheel at Navy Pier by Horst Schedler. Can you do better than that?

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