BOSS Snowplow taps four for annual product donation
IRON MOUNTAIN — BOSS Snowplow, a division of The Toro Company in partnership with The Toro Foundation, has announced its area Annual Product Donation Program recipients for 2020: the Town of Aurora, Wis.; Upper Peninsula Recreational Off-Road ATV Riders, or UPROAR; Northland Mission Inc. of Dunbar, Wis.; and Crystal Falls Little League Baseball.
Each organization received Toro and BOSS Snowplow products specific to their needs. Products include a Toro Brush Cutter, zero turn Toro lawn mowers and a BOSS skid-steer box plow and Exact Path drop spreader.
This is the sixth year BOSS Snowplow and the Toro Foundation have donated Toro products to the community. The Toro Company has built a legacy of giving back to the communities where its employees live and work. To support these various efforts and causes, the company is proud to offer the Annual Product Donation Program.
“All BOSS snowplows and spreaders are manufactured right here in Iron Mountain. It means a lot when we see so many BOSS snowplows and Toro products in the community,” said Jody Christy, president, BOSS Snowplow. “That local support and brand loyalty help provide hundreds of jobs in our community. We’re proud this is our hometown, and the Annual Product Donation Program is another way that we give back to the community each year.”
Organizations interested in applying for the 2021 Annual Product Donation Program can watch for information to be released in February.
For more information on the Annual Product Donation Program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOSS Snowplow is a leader in the snow and ice management business with a growing line of plows for trucks, heavy equipment, UTVs and ATVs; salt and sand spreaders; and box plows built for the snow and ice management professional, as well as the homeowner. BOSS products are designed and manufactured in Iron Mountain, with nearly 800 dealers worldwide.