TechShop, ShopOwner Offer $50 For Good Guesses

TechShop, ShopOwner Offer $50 For Good Guesses

Guess The Tool For A Chance At Cold Hard Cash!

Experts say that, if you can identify the tool described by the image below, you have an exceptionally creative personality. For two of you, the same experts say you’ll have a slightly larger bank account as well.

TechShop and ShopOwner have teamed up to present the monthly “Guess The Tool” contest. Presented by Snap Finance, the contest randomly selects two winners from all correct guesses each month. Here is the current puzzle:

The solution (and winners) will be announced next month.

Chances of winning are dependent upon the number of correct entries received. Employees of Babcox Media, Snap Finance, industry manufacturers and Babcox Media advertisers are not eligible to enter. Sweepstakes start date begin on the first day of each month, and concludes on the last day of the month at 11:59pm Eastern TimeClick here to view full sweepstakes rules.

Contest #90’s Guess the Tool winners are:

Lou Menditto, owner at Benchmark Autoworks in Raleigh, NC, AND David Clark, instructor at Sheridan Technical College in Hollywood, FL, both guessed the correct answer of Magnetic Socket Tray – they each won $50! 

This contest is for professional automotive technicians or shop owners. One entry per person. Two winners will be selected. Chances of winning are ­dependent upon the number of correct entries received. Employees of Babcox Media, sponsor, industry manufacturers and TechShop advertisers are not eligible to enter.

About the Sponsor:

Snap Finance harnesses the power of data to empower consumers of all credit types to get what they need. Launched in 2012, Snap’s technology brings together more than a decade of data, machine learning, and nontraditional risk variables to create a proprietary decisioning platform that looks at each customer through a more holistic, human lens. Snap’s flexible solutions are changing the face and pace of consumer retail finance. For more information, visit

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