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Titan’s Flags Over Harvest campaign delivers free American flags to farmers


For every American flag requested, $5 will be donated to Farm Rescue


Titan International is kicking off its 2021 Flags Over Harvest campaign, an effort to celebrate farmers for their continued dedication to buying American-made Titan and Goodyear Farm Tires. As part of the campaign, Titan is giving away a free American flag to farmers to display on their equipment during harvest season. For each flag requested, $5 will be donated by Titan 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.

Farm Rescue has helped nearly 800 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.

Titan has had a long-standing partnership with Farm Rescue. In 2019, Titan donated to Farm Rescue to assist farmers with spring floods in the Midwest, and in 2020, helped the ag industry and American farmers during the pandemic with donations to the organization.

“Farm Rescue proudly displays the American flag on all our agricultural equipment to highlight our patriotic and altruistic mission of helping America’s farm families in times of crisis,” said Bill Gross, Founder & President of Farm Rescue. “We are truly honored and thankful to be a recipient of the ‘Flags Over Harvest’ campaign by Titan International.”

Visit this link to claim a free American flag, and Titan will make a $5 donation to Farm Rescue for each flag requested.

“Titan is the only farm tire and wheel company headquartered in the U.S., and the decision to buy American-made tires is one that supports thousands of American jobs which keeps America working,” said Paul Reitz, Titan President and CEO.

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