Selma, Alabama-based Bush Hog has produced a new pink zero-turn mower each year and displays it at farm shows all over the U.S.
“We advertise the Joy to Life Foundation at all our shows, and offer a chance to win the pink ZT if individuals would like to donate to the cause,” said Kerry Meacham, VP of sales/marketing.
All proceeds go directly to the Joy to Life Foundation. People who visit the shows are offered one chance to win for every $10 donated, and the winning name is drawn at the Sunbelt Ag Expo show in Moultrie, Georgia, during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Due to COVID-19, Bush Hog is taking donations online at https://form.jotform.com/bushhog/mowdown. Make your donation for a chance to win!
According to Bush Hog president Jerry Worthington, giving back is in the company’s DNA. The company wanted to show it cares about supporting breast cancer initiatives as well. Through supporting individuals in need of mammograms, Bush Hog shows it understands the importance of detecting and treating breast cancer as early as possible.
“We are proud to work with a fellow Alabama organization in this critical cause,” Worthington said. “Breast cancer has impacted the lives of our families and our Bush Hog family. Every life that can be saved by early detection and treatment is a blessing.”
— Dave McMahon, editor, dmcmahon at epgmediallc.com