John Deere Holds 2nd Community Enhancement Contest

The contestant who can make the biggest community impact with a John Deere G-Series machine will take one home to put it to the test.

Small Machines, Big Impact
John Deere today launched its second “Small Machines. Big Impact” contest. The contest encourages construction contractors, landscapers, farmers and rental industry professionals across the country to express how they would drive positive change in their communities if they were to win a new John Deere G-Series machine.

The entrant with the most impactful project idea will win his/her choice of a new John Deere G-Series skid steer or compact track loader (CTL) and one Worksite Pro™ attachment.

Now through March 16, 2018, contractors are invited to submit an entry detailing the impact they would make in their community with the power of a G-Series skid steer or CTL.

“The overwhelming response to last year’s contest showed us just how many people are out there making a positive difference in their communities — from building a community pool, assisting with disaster cleanup efforts or creating a neighborhood garden. We are honored to play a role in helping and inspiring more people to create an impact in their own neighborhoods in 2018.”
- Graham Hinch, division manager, John Deere Commercial Worksite Products

John Deere will select a group of finalists before public voting determines the winner. The votes will be cast between June 4 – 24, 2018. The grand prize winner of the contest will be announced on July 9 at the 2018 John Deere Classic.

The winner can choose a model from the full portfolio of John Deere small-, mid- and large-frame G-Series skid steers and CTLs. Second- and third-place winners will win a yearlong lease on a G-Series skid steer or CTL from John Deere Financial.

“Winning last year’s ‘Small Machines. Big Impact.’ contest had a huge impact on our small community. The Deere compact track loader is helping my students learn skills they can use for the rest of their lives, and the contest had a very unifying impact on our community as a whole. It has really made a positive difference.”
- Eric Moores, a high school building trades instructor in Woodbine, Iowa

For additional information about full terms and conditions, visit the John Deere booth at World of Concrete 2018 (#C5351) or

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