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Lincoln Renews Money Matters Customer Promotion, Offering Rebates or Free Accessories

Lincoln Electric says it has extended its Money Matters promotion, offering customers their choice of a rebate or free accessories when they purchase one of the company's six welding machines for common welding or cutting applications.

Lincoln Electric says it has extended its Money Matters promotion, offering customers their choice of a rebate or free accessories when they purchase one of the company’s six welding machines for common welding or cutting applications. Depending on the qualified product selected, customers can choose to receive a cash rebate of up to $200 or free additional product with a value of more than $800.

The Money Matters Program includes:

• POWER MIG 140C MIG Welder – $75 rebate OR a VIKING auto-darkening helmet ($181 value)
• POWER MIG 180C MIG Welder – $75 rebate OR a VIKING auto-darkening helmet ($181 value)
• POWER MIG 180 Dual MIG Welder – $100 rebate OR a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($250 value)
• POWER MIG 216 – $175 rebate OR a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($250 value)
• Square Wave TIG 175 – $150 rebate OR a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($250 value)
• Outback 145 engine-driven welder/generator – $150 rebate OR a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($250 value)
• POWER MIG 256 – $200 rebate OR a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($250 value)
• Ranger 225 engine-driven welder/generator – $200 rebate OR a Canvas Cover AND a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak containing a duffel bag filled welding helmet, jacket, gloves, safety glasses and welder’s doo-rag ($350 value)
• Torchmate Growth Series 2×2 CNC Prototyping System / Tomahawk 625 One-Pak — Specially priced with a free 2×2 Water Table ($800 Value)
 
The expanded program will run from March 1 through June 30, 2012.
 
To learn more about the program, review the program rules, locate a participating distributor or submit a claim, visit www.lincolnelectric.com/moneymatters.

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