Following a brief overview by Miller representatives including Marketing Specialist Megan Landgraf, more than 30 female spectators tried their hands at welding and cutting in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The women traced and cut out their names using a Plasma cutter and then welded the sign to a base using the TIG or MIG welding process.
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Miller Welders along with Blue Torch Fabworks provided the official weld support and repair for race participants at KOH.
Jason Carner and the Blue Torch Fabworks racing team fielded a custom-built Miller Welders off-road race vehicle for the 2012 King of the Hammers premier race, featuring innovative new products.

Motorsports Marketing Manager Andy Weyenberg assists a race participant with a weld repair.

Miller pit repair offered to KOH race participants during KOH race on Friday, Feb. 10.

Miller pit repair offered to KOH race participants during KOH race on Friday, Feb. 10.

Miller Welders hosted Ladies Night from the Miller tent at KOH. More than 30 women attended the free hands-on demonstration and ten lucky ladies won cool apparel.

Following a brief presentation by Miller Welders representatives, the 30+ women that attended Ladies Night got to experience hands-on welding demonstrations and take home a fun souvenier. 

Here, attendee Wendy Nickell (quoted in article) tackles TIG welding with the support of Miller Marketing Manager John Swartz.

Each of the ladies were encouraged to cut their name out using a plasma cutter and then tack weld the name plate to a base using the TIG or MIG welding process. See example above.

BTF race vehicles gases up and drivers Carner and Schofield swap out at Pit 2.

CRAWL Magazine was nice enough to take Miller Welders team members out for a trail ride.

Miller Marketing Manager John Swartz rock crawls and gets through this rough area with a little help from some friends.

Miller Motorsports Marketing Manager Andy Weyenberg and CRAWL Magazine's John Herrick hit the trails.

Shot from the helicopter

BTF prerunner vehicle

Erik Miller of Miller Motorsports won the 2012 Griffin King of the Hammers race. Notice he proudly displays a Miller Welders decal on the vehicle.

Driver Rick Mooneyham came in second place during the Feb. 10 Griffin King of the Hammers Race.

Driver Fabio Manno tackles Chocolate Thunder during the 2012 KOH race.

Following a brief overview by Miller representatives including Marketing Specialist Megan Landgraf, more than 30 female spectators tried their hands at welding and cutting in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The women traced and cut out their names using a Plasma cutter and then welded the sign to a base using the TIG or MIG welding process.

weld repair conducted from the Miller Welders area at KOH

Kari Weisshahn and Megan Landgraf of Miller Welders enjoy qualifing from Chocolate Thunder at 2012 KOH event

A race participant uses Miller welding and cutting equipment to work on his vehicle from the Miller Welders tent in Hammertown

Over the course of the event, Miller Welders completed more than 170 race repair applications — both assisting drivers with welding support and offering up a variety of Miller welding and cutting equipment and Arc Armor welding protection free for their use.

The Miller Welders-branded Blue Torch Fabworks custom built race vehicle participated in the Feb. 10 King of the Hammers race