Wilo rucksack makes it to Great Wall of China

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Well travelled — Wilo rucksack at the Terracotta Army in China.

Those Wilo rucksacks that are handed out at many regular trade exhibitions around the UK find their way all around the world — as this shot of Richard Fuell of Chris Rudge Renewable Power in Exeter proves. He took his rucksack to China and submitted pictures of it on the Great Wall of China and at the Terracotta Army exhibition — winning for him Wilo’s prize for a photo of a rucksack in the most interesting or outrageous place on the planet.

His prize was a stunning mountain bike, delivered to him by Wilo’s Morgan Ross.

The competition is running again this year.

Morgan Ross says, ‘We only have a limited number of rucksacks to give away at any show we attend, and we don’t take them to all exhibitions or trade mornings. They’ve developed a serious following of their own. We look forward to even more outrageous photos of our rucksacks in 2013.’

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