To enter, visit the Now Buildings site Q768 at Henty, fill out an entry form and place it in the barrel.
The competition runs across field days nationwide and closes on Saturday, November 4.
Now Buildings consider field day attendance as a significant contributor to the growth of its business and staff are excited to provide this chance to win, exclusively to field day patrons.
Now Buildings national business development manager Michael Little said field days were a great way to keep in touch with rural customers, both potential and existing.
“It’s fantastic to be able to see the conditions in each Australia state, talk to the locals and keep up to date with what the rural communities need and want in a shed,’’ Mr Little said.
“This competition is our way of saying thank you.’’
Entrants must be 18 years or older and entries are limited to one per person, per property.
Now Buildings is a family owned Australian company with over 30 years combined experience in supplying 100 per cent Australian wholesale sheds directly to trade, businesses and farmers.
All sheds are made from premium Australian BlueScope steel and manufactured in all Australian states.
The company has spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on research into improving their designs and looking at better and faster ways to assemble their sheds.
All Now Buildings come with site specific engineering plans and certifications plus BlueScope Steel warranties of up to 25 years.
Delivery is available to most places or customers can collect from their local depot.
Alternatively, an independent team can be recommended for hassle free construction.
Options range from open sided farm buildings to solid industrial buildings at low wholesale pricing.