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Want to Support a Great Cause and Have a Chance to Win a John Deere Garden Tractor?
Gary VanAllan, who lost his battle with leukemia in late 2010, was a tremendous supporter of plow day from the start. He was a John Deere garden tractor collector and enthusiast, who took great pride in his tractors, and sharing his knowledge with others. [PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]We would like to help share one of his favorite tractors by raffling it off at plow day. All proceeds will go to the VanAllan family, and we are honored to help in any way possible. We’re asking for your help to sell at least 200 tickets to support the family, and get your chance to win a complete plowing package. Ticket sales will begin today, and will end at 1pm on April 16th, 2011 at the Plow Day grounds in Riverside PA. Tickets will be $10 each, and all ticket sales will be through Bryan Seward, or at the registration shed at Plow Day.
You DON'T have to be present at plow day to win!
We need to reach our goal of 200 tickets, so Please help support a great cause, and a wonderful family!
Tractor specs: John Deere 300, original condition, brinly 10" plow, sleeve hitch, wheel weights, bar tires in rear. Gary ran the tractor with 5 rear wheel weights, we will be including one set, and possibly the front weight bracket and slab weights (TBA) Once the tractor is in our possession we can answer more questions related to accessories, and specs.
For more information, and to make ticket purchases please contact Bryan at 570-898-2013 , or email [email protected]
Note from GTtalk:
We are featuring this article until the tractor is raffled off. We are going to do everything we can to help over achieve the goal of 200 raffle tickets to be sold. We hope that everyone feels the same way and buys at least one ticket. Even if you feel you might be too far away we will help arrange the shipping of the tractor through the network of our members.