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Flags Over Harvest campaign to benefit Farm Rescue kicks off for 2022


As part of the second annual Flags Over Harvest campaign, Titan International Inc. will give away a free American flag for farmers to display on their equipment during harvest season. For each flag requested, Titan will donate $5 to Farm Rescue, a nonprofit organization that plants and harvests crops free of charge for family farmers who have suffered a major illness, injury, or natural disaster.

Titan hopes that this campaign supports American farmers — and thanks them for their commitment to buying American-made Titan and Goodyear Farm Tires.

Last year, Titan raised $4,500 for Farm Rescue as part of the inaugural Flags Over Harvest campaign, and the company has a goal to raise even more funds this year. Titan’s history with the Flags Over Harvest campaign includes donating to Farm Rescue in 2019 to assist farmers affected by major spring floods in the Midwest and in 2020 to help farmers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Titan plans to also partner with Farm Rescue at the Farm Progress Show, Husker Harvest Days, and the Iowa State Fair.

“Agriculture is at the heart of who we are at Titan,” said Paul Reitz, Titan President and CEO. “As the only farm tire and wheel company headquartered in the U.S., we feel a special connection to farmers and appreciate their decision to buy American-made tires because it supports thousands of U.S. jobs to keep the nation running.”

Visit this link to claim a free American flag; Titan, which will generate the $5 donation to Farm Rescue for each flag requested. If you’re sharing Flags Over Harvest photos on social media, be sure to tag Titan and use the hashtag #FlagsOverHarvest2022.

Farm Rescue has helped nearly 900 families since its inception in 2005. The organization provides the necessary equipment and volunteer labor force to perform time-sensitive services. These services include free planting, haying, harvest and livestock feeding assistance.

Image courtesy of Titan International
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