Transfer Master Products is giving away one of its twin-size adjustable electric hospital beds to the winner of its first Iraq and Afghanistan War Veteran Valentine's Day Video Sweetheart Contest. In the contest, veteran spouses, sweethearts or supporters are encouraged to submit videos to Transfer Master's Facebook page to nominate their favorite Iraq- Afghanistan war veteran to receive a free adjustable electric home hospital bed.
“We're looking for those heartwarming love stories that exist between loved ones that personify the extraordinary bravery by the men and women who have fought and served in Iraq and Afghanistan,” said Aaron Goldsmith, founder and president of Transfer Master. “We have many customers who are war veterans so we know how helpful our adjustable beds can be to those who have been injured or disabled defending our country. We hope that by giving away one of our beds, we'll be able to improve the life of at least one soldier. And by posting videos, the public can learn about the special qualities of many of those who have graciously served our country”.
To nominate an Iraq-Afghanistan war veteran for a free bed, spouses, sweethearts and supporters are encouraged to visit the Transfer Master Facebook page and submit a video (up to two minutes long). In the video, they must explain the name/rank of the person being nominated, why they deserve (or need) a Transfer Master bed, what this person means to them and any other important or convincing information the judges should know. Videos longer than two minutes will not be eligible.
In addition to the standard twin-size adjustable home hospital bed awarded to the Grand Prize winner, five runner-ups will each receive Soundspa AM/FM clock radios while three will each receive memory foam standard size contour pillows.
Nominations will be accepted until Midnight (Central Time) February 10th. Winners will be announced via Facebook and on the Transfer Master website on Valentine's Day
Please note: Winners MUST be an Iraq-Afghanistan War Veteran. Verification and documentation will be required. Entrants agree that by submitting their video to Transfer Master they grant the company full usage rights and permission to use it for promotional purposes under the company's Term of Use policy (which is available on its Facebook page and website).
In the late 1980's we discovered that home care beds were ugly, too high (designed primarily for caregivers such as nurses and attendants) and outrageously uncomfortable. These beds were depressing and created barriers to the independence of many of their users. In the early 1990's we released our patented first model, the Original Transfer Master. It was and continues to be America's FINEST fully featured adjustable hi-low bed!