Polaris Donates 10 Off-Road Vehicles to The Salvation Army for Oklahoma Disaster Relief

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Great solidarity display from Polaris, as the manufacturer announced they will donate 10 off-road vehicles to the Salvation Army, in a joint effort to relieve the victims of the Oklahoma Disaster.
The 10 military vehicles come with a combination of Run-Flat and Non-Pneumatic Tires (NPT) to prevent downtime across very difficult terrain full of debris. The 10-vehicle combo includes military ATVs, Ranger and RZR units, and are delivered free of charge from the Osceola, WIS. plant, thanks to a Bay and Bay and Overbye Trucking donation.

These Polaris machines will increase the Salvation Army's capacities for providing food, water and other critical supplies to the most affected areas in Moore, Oklahoma and Scott Wine, Polaris’ Chief Executive Officer adds: “Oklahoma will rebound from this terrible tragedy, through the resiliency of its people and the assistance of organizations like The Salvation Army.

Polaris has long supported their charitable efforts, and we hope the donation of these vehicles will assist them as they provide the affected communities with the relief they desperately need.”
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