It's duds and suds for a year for one Topeka man.
Representatives with Harley Davidson and Miller High-Life surprised Tony Farrell with clothes and beer.
Farrell recently submitted his "epic ride" story to Harley Davidson's website.
The two companies determines that his story expressed values of camaraderie and celebrations of both brands.
For his story, Ferrell received Harley Davidson jackets and a year's supply of Miller High Life to help celebrate both companies 110th anniversaries.
The prizes were delivered by company executives, Karen Davidson, Miller spokesman Windell Middlebrooks and several riders from the local hog chapter.
Farrell says he expected a single case of beer... but was pleased with the year's supply.
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