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OFA gives away Honda ATV as part of new partnership agreement

GUELPH, ON – More than 3,600 OFA members were crossing their fingers to be the big winners in OFA’s Honda contest when winners were announced at OFA’s annual meeting in Hamilton. Three prizes were awarded in the months-long contest with Tudor Nicolae of York County receiving the first prize Honda ATV. Ron Parry of Oxford County won the second place Honda generator, and Yves Massie of Glengarry County won third prize, a Honda powerhead accessory with a brush cutter attachment.
The Honda contest was launched in July 2018 when the equipment manufacturer officially joined OFA’s member Benefit Program as a partner. The contest was open to OFA farm business and individual farm members, with entries available online and at farm shows throughout last summer and fall, including Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show.
“The popularity of this contest shows how valuable our new partnership with Honda is to OFA members,” says Neil Currie, OFA General Manager. “OFA’s benefit partners provide a value-added bonus with every OFA membership and partnering with Honda delivers another option for members to save on farm inputs.”
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is the largest general farm organization in Ontario, representing 38,000 farm families across the province. As a dynamic farmer-led organization based in Guelph, the OFA works to represent and champion the interests of Ontario farmers through government relations, farm policy recommendations, research, lobby efforts, community representation, media relations and more. OFA is the leading advocate for Ontario’s farmers and is Ontario’s voice of the farmer.
Source : OFA

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