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Two more winners announced for Torklift Treasure Hunt

SUMNER, Wash. – Two more winners have been announced in the Torklift 2011 Treasure Hunt, the company announced today.

Ron Humpress of Berlin, Md., successfully identified Mystery Destination Eight as Assateague Island National Seashore,and John Pile,Jr.,of Burlington, Vt., identified Mystery Destination 13 as Mount Rushmore.

“The night before visiting Mount Rushmore, we camped in the Badlands a few hours away,” said Pile. “We ended up staying in the area for a few days visiting all the other great tourist stuff in the area like Crazy Horse Monument, Devil’s Tower, Deadwood and of course, Wall Drugs.”

Pile explained he is somewhat new to truck camping and found himself playing the Treasure Hunt while on a his honeymoon trip across the United States with his wife Helen.

Humpress is a regular to truck camping and identified his mystery location while on vacation. He is head of the Mid-Atlantic Truck Camper Rally.

The two lucky winners were identified during the weekend and will receive a $150 fuel card and a $100 Torklift International gift certificate. They will be placed in a drawing to be held at the end of month to win the grand prize, a seven-day truck camping vacation across British Columbia with use of a new truck and 2011 Adventurer camper provided by Fraserway RV of Canada. Airfare for two is provided by Torklift and the truck and camper will be outfitted with exclusive Torklift products.

The winner of the grand prize will go on their own Treasure Hunt while on vacation to win a 7-day vacation to Maui, Hawaii.

While three Mystery Destinations have been identified, there are still 14 mystery destinations to be located. Visit to read the clues and take the challenge.

SOURCE: Torklift press release

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