Slice of Farmall tractor sales to aid rural groups

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Case IH dealers are set to contribute $200 to local causes for each Farmall tractor sold until the end of October. Case IH dealers are set to contribute $200 to local causes for each Farmall tractor sold until the end of October. Case IH dealers are set to contribute $200 to local causes for each Farmall tractor sold until the end of October.

Case IH has launched its Farmall Local Community Program, whereby the company will contribute $200 to a local cause for each Farmall tractor sold until October 31.


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Dealers can nominate a charity, sporting club, community project or even a local fundraising effort.

Case IH Australia and New Zealand communications manager Marian Wright says he is pleased tractor sales will go towards helping communities.

"Farmers who are at the core of everything we do," Wright says.

"We want to improve lives on the land and in local towns, and as part of our commitment to dealers and their communities are pleased to be working closely with dealers to provide support to local charities and clubs."

As there are numerous not-for-profit groups that need a helping hand to achieve their goals, Case IH believes that its individual dealers are best-placed to identify which local cause they should support.

"We recognise the incredible, selfless work that is done by volunteers to help others in the community, and we know that our dealers and their staff are very enthusiastic about being able to make a real difference to the lives of those who need it most," Wright says.

 

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