Kioti and Trace Adkins to Give Away a Signed DK65

By Drew Tyson October 2, 2015 20:00 Updated

Kioti and Trace Adkins to Give Away a Signed DK65

Kioti DK65WENDELL, N.C.— October, 1, 2015—KIOTI Tractor is excited to announce its latest promotion, the Power Through Tour. Along for the ride, is chart-topping country music star Trace Adkins. Adkins is partnering with KIOTI Tractor to give away his personal KIOTI DK65 with attached front-end loader and backhoe to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project®.

“We have always been committed to rolling-up our sleeves and working hard to give back,” says Peter Dong Kyun Kim, president and chief executive officer of Daedong-USA, Inc., KIOTI Tractor Division. “We are honored to participate in this promotion alongside Trace Adkins to raise awareness for, and to pay tribute to, our nation’s courageous service members.”

For a $25 donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, KIOTI Tractor and Trace Adkins fans alike can enter to win Adkins’ autographed KIOTI DK65 tractor and attached front-end loader and backhoe. Participants may enter multiple times by donating in increments of $25. Entrants may fill out a submission online, or fill out a form at an authorized KIOTI Tractor dealer or at the KIOTI Tractor booth at events around the country. Contestants must be 18 or older and must be a legal resident of the United States.

The promotion is open for entry on October 1, 2015 and will close on October 19, 2016 at 11:59:59 a.m. EST. All valid entries will be entered into the drawing for the grand prize. The winner will be announced within 30 days of the end of the Power Through Tour.

Adkins’ tractor will be going on “tour” to the following locations during the Power Through Tour*:

2015

  • October 3 – NCSU Ag Day – Raleigh, N.C.
  • October 20-22 – Sunbelt Ag Expo – Moultrie, G.A.
  • December 4 – ACC Football Championship – Charlotte, N.C.

2016

  • February 3-5 – Southern Farm Show – Raleigh, N.C.
  • February 10-13 – National Farm Machinery Show – Louisville, K.Y.
  • August 16-18 – Penn State Ag Progress Day – State College, P.A.
  • September 20-22 – Ohio Farm Science Review – London (Columbus), O.H.

*Other tour stops will be added at a later date.

The Wounded Warrior Project, founded in 2003, is a nonprofit organization that was designed to service wounded veterans following the events that transpired on September 11, 2001. The organization assists wounded servicemen by providing health, wellness and financial support to them and their families.

Throughout the Power Through Tour, KIOTI Tractor will also be engaging weekly with fans on Facebook for a chance to win KIOTI Tractor Merchandise signed by Trace Adkins.

For more information on KIOTI Tractor’s Power Through Tour presented by Trace Adkins, please visit www.KIOTI.com/trace or follow us on Facebook.

By Drew Tyson October 2, 2015 20:00 Updated
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  1. boo February 9, 16:50

    I live in Heidelberg, Ms in a pasture with cows. We cut hay from about March to Nov. on halves to try and get enough hay to feed our cows through the winter. We have two tractors. One of them is a very old tractor that stays broken down all the time and one is a newer tractor that has to do the work of both tractors. Its 100 degrees in the summers and then winter has been very wet and muddy. We lost one cow because she went to get water and sank so deep in the mud she could not get out. Pulled her out with the tractor, but she did not make it. Another tractor that was up to working all the time would make our lives so much easier. One of the people we do hay for has a Kubota tractor that we have used before and we loved it.. thanks cindy campo

  2. twend February 18, 02:45

    We live in the country and really need a tractor. My dad had one but it burnt in a fire that burnt his shed down a few years before my dad passed away. My sisters and myself now live around our mom with our families. We could use a tractor for getting up wood and helping our mom mow. It would help when it snows also. We really like the Wounded Warrior program. My brother-in-law was a marine.Thanks! Tressa

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