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Moorhead vies to win water tower award yet again

Last year, Moorhead's southside tank won Tnemec's Tank of the Year title, which is a competition across the U.S. and Canada for the best looking water tanks. The public is encouraged to vote during

Moorhead's I-94 water tower is up for Tnemec's Tank of the Year title for 2022..jpg
Moorhead's I-94 water tower is up for Tnemec's Tank of the Year title for 2022.
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MOORHEAD — City officials want your vote, not for a political agenda, but for a city water tank.

Last year, Moorhead's Southside tank won Tnemec's Tank of the Year title, which is a competition across the U.S. and Canada for the best looking water tanks.

Since 2006, Tnemec Company, Inc., a private protective coatings company headquartered in Kansas City, MO, has led Tank of the Year contests to find the most innovative and creative uses of the company's coatings on water tanks.

The public is encouraged to vote during a two week period, and this year the City of Moorhead is hoping the tower along Interstate 94 will win.

"While winning Tank of the Year once was awesome, we would like to capture the 'People's Choice' winner this year," the City of Moorhead stated in a press release.

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Voting at https://www.tnemec.com/tank-of-the-year-2022/ , closes on Oct. 14, and the People's Choice will be announced on Oct. 17. The Tank of the Year will be announced on Oct. 21, according to Tnemec's website.

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