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Redline Equipment's Commitment to the Community- March 2018

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Following our commitment to our core values, Redline Equipment strives to be a supporter of agriculture youth development, to ensure thriving rural communities. See how in the month of March, these Redliners got involved in their local communities.
Redline Equipment helped the Indiana District 2 Young Farmers go to Racine, Wisconsin to experience a tour of the Case IH Magnum factory.
Red Carpet 2

Huntington County 4-H Tractor Driving Club held their meeting at our Huntington location and learned about seed meters and how the seed meter test stand works. 
Huntington County 4-H
Huntington County 4-H 2

Our Rossville location held the Clinton County Tractor Maintenance meeting. The members learned about how small engines work and PTO safety for tractors. 
4-H meeting
4-H meeting 2

Redline Equipment sponsored the Miami County Soil and Water Conservation District Annual Meeting in March. Attendees engaged with our sandbox trailer.


Park Elementary in Fairmount, Indiana celebrated National Ag Week. Gary Smith drove a tractor to the school and gave tractor rides to students in the 5th grade class.
Tractor Rides 1

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Adrian Location Manager, Kevin Laethem donated his time and was the auctioneer at the Michigan FFA Alumni event. Redline Equipment also donated a Case IH Pedal Tractor to the auction.MI FFA

Redline Equipment donated $15,850 to Local FFA Members in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. 

Ohio FFA Photo
Pictured above is Redline Equipment CEO, Zach Hetterick and Marleigh Kerr, Ohio FFA State Sentinel. Zach presented Ohio FFA with a $8,150 check. 
Pictured above is Redline Equipment Location Manager, Gary Smith with Emily Kilmer, Indiana FFA State Secretary, and Owen Coon, Indiana FFA Northern Region Vice President. Gary presented Indiana FFA with a $6,150 check. 
Michigan Photo
Pictured above is Redline Equipment Location Manager Kevin Laethem with Kaitlen Henne, Michigan FFA Region II President. Kevin presented Michigan FFA with a $1,550 check.