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WINNER - Win DMM 40th anniversary Christmas goodies Competition

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WINNER: Shandadam

DMM is turning 40 years-old this year, and we have released a documentary to mark the occasion. In the video, we take a look at DMM past, present and future. Fred Hall, Richard Cuthbertson and Paul Simkiss recall the early days of setting up the company, the challenges along the way and handing over the reins to the next generation.

Watch the video below and answer the question below to win DMM Christmas goodies including limited edition 40th anniversary goodies; A pack of locally brewed DMM beer with hot forged cam lobe bottle opener and 40th anniversary DMM tee. Also a set of Alpha Sport quickdraws as seen in Forging Ahead.

This competition has now closed.

For more information Watch Forging Ahead

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14 Dec, 2021

Great competition, but it's not exactly a Christmas hamper if the competition closes on the 18th Jan.

17 Dec, 2021

Brilliant documentary, and fantastic advert for DMM!

18 Dec, 2021

Perhaps they're taking a broader view - I understand 'Christmas' used to be a month or more of general festivities from the 25th onward, back in the day (ie 1000 yrs or so ago).

Or maybe Deni Moorhouse refused to recognise the Gregorian calendar?

21 Dec, 2021

Must've been a typo since a winner's been announced.

21 Dec, 2021

Then I take it all back!

Happy Christmas

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