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Hunt Marketing advances with John Deere, employee success

Hunt Marketing is making huge strides in the marketing industry, pushing it into the spotlight. The integrated marketing firm provides digital, social, traditional and video advertising as well as branding and community engagement services to its clients. Though the firm may be smaller than most, it is taking on big...
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John Deere heist in Boones Mill

Boones Mill, VA (May 13, 2022): On Tuesday, May 10th, 2022, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office responded to James River Equipment, located at 76 Taylors Road in Boones Mill in reference to a report of stolen items. The stolen items include a John Deere X390 riding lawnmower, a John Deere Gator HPX613, a John Deere 620i Gator, and a John Deere 855D Gator.

John Deere, Busch Light partnering to raise money for family farms

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Busch Light and John Deere have announced they are partnering for a fundraiser called “For the Farmers.”. For every case of limited-edition beer sold, Busch will donate $1, up to $100,00, to the non-profit Farm Rescue, with John Deere matching the donation. The beer will...

John Deere expert predicts increase in battery-powered lawn mower demand

Might we Americans see more electric-powered lawn mowers in the near future?  As more battery-powered home improvement products make their way to market, John Deere’s mass channel business manager Sean Sundberg predicted in a recent interview with Fox News Digital that battery-powered riding lawn mowers, specifically, could be getting some serious attention. “It’s a great trend,” he said, sharing his opinion. “We’ll see the adoption curve rapidly escalate … It’s simplicity of use with the machine.” For the average consumer who may be mowing half an acre of grass, Sundberg said he’s optimistic the machine will be reliable.  “I don’t think there will be any durability issues,” he...

Cheers: Busch Light, John Deere, partner to help raise funds for North Dakota based Farm Rescue organization

Busch Light, longtime supporter of farming communities, announced today that it will bring limited-edition “For the Farmers” cans to fans across the country. The initiative is in collaboration with John Deere, the iconic tractor company with a 188-year history in supporting farmers. A portion of the proceeds from the release will benefit Farm Rescue, a non-profit that provides critical material aid to family farms. To bring further awareness to the challenges facing agricultural communities, the collaboration between the two iconic American brands will include a fan experience called Cornfield Cornhole.