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Mail-in $250 rebate available for all veterans, policemen, firemen or paramedics.

| June 25, 2014

COATESVILLE, Ind. – Dixie Chopper is honoring veterans, police, fire and paramedics by offering a $250 mail-in rebate on any new (up to two) Dixie Chopper lawn mowers now through July 31.


All active or retired members of the U.S. Military, police, fire, EMT, and paramedic services are eligible for the rebate. The company is offering this opportunity as a way to give back to all of the hometown heroes across the nation.


Those eligible can fill out a rebate form and provide valid documentation that they are affiliated with a Hero category to receive the rebate.  Rebate forms can be downloaded online at the company's website. Purchasers will receive a check for their rebate in four to six weeks.


Rebate forms and supporting documentation must be postmarked or faxed no later than August 8, 2014 to qualify for this rebate. Forms and documentation can be mailed to Dixie Chopper, 6302 E. County Road N., Coatesville, IN 46121, or faxed to 765-246-6011.


Purchasers can also fill out a short survey to be entered to win a Dixie Chopper jacket. The drawing will be held on August 15, 2014 and the winner will be notified by phone or email.

 

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