COATESVILLE, Indiana – Throughout the summer, Dixie Chopper has been giving back to local communities through equipment donations and honoring active and retired hometown heroes.
In August, Dixie Chopper donated a Classic 3360W to Shady Oaks Camp, a special needs facility in Homer Glen, Illinois. Shady Oaks Camp provides children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities the opportunity to enjoy camp activities like swimming, field trips and campfire gatherings during the summer. A Shady Oaks camper reached out to Dixie Chopper and explained the camp’s need for a mower that could make it easier to maintain the 30-acre property.
Also in August, Dixie Chopper donated a Kawasaki powered Silver Eagle 2760 to Loving Hands Dade City, in Dade City, Florida. Loving Hands Dade City is an 18-month program that rehabilitates men who are experiencing life-controlling problems.
Dixie Chopper recently extended a Hometown Heroes program that offers a $250 mail-in rebate on up to two new Dixie Chopper lawn mowers. All active or retired members of the U.S. Military, Police, Fire, EMT and Paramedic services are eligible for the program. Dixie Chopper mowers are proudly made in the USA and Dixie Chopper believes it is important to give back to the American heroes among us.
For more information about the Hometown Heroes Program or to find a dealer near you, visit www.dixiechopper.com.
Photos: Top Right, Dixie Chopper dontaed a Classic 3360W to Shady Oaks Camp.
Bottom Left, Loving Hands Dade City received a Silver Eagle 2760 courtesy of Dixie Chopper.