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Philanthropic initiative helps ag partners

Recently, MachineryLink launched CommunityLink—a philanthropic initiative that supports local agricultural organizations across the region. Through the CommunityLink program, MachineryLink contributes $1,500 to philanthropic organizations that direct farmers to MachineryLink resulting in a partnership with the company.

Alternatively, when a new customer joins MachineryLink, the Kansas City, Mo.-based company donates $1,500 in the name of that customer to the philanthropic organization of their choice. MachineryLink provides state-of-the-art combine rental programs to growers across North America—a solution providing a more lucrative and logical alternative to combine ownership.

For more information, call 888-272-3323 or visit

Date: 6/24/2013


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