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Scag Power Equipment sponsors Patriot Tour

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The ceremonial cross-country flag tour is to aid veterans.

| July 7, 2014

The Nation of Patriots announced that Scag Power Equipment has stepped forward as the premier sponsor of the organization and its signature event: The 2014 Patriot Tour which honors America’s Armed Forces.  The Patriot Tour is an annual and nationwide effort that pays tribute to, and honors all of America's Armed Forces.

The Patriot Tour began Memorial Day weekend.  A massive group of riders escorted one American Flag on the back of a motorcycle for 100 days, making 100 stops in 48 states.  During Labor Day weekend, the flag concluded its travels, making it full circle and arriving back in Wisconsin where the tour originated. The Patriot Tour stops in 100 different towns and cities drawing out as many Americans as possible. The event is free to participate and open to anyone.

According to John Crowson, President of Scag, “Our support of the Nation of Patriots and Patriot Tour was an easy choice.  The men and women of our Armed Forces have made, and continue to make unimaginable sacrifices for our freedoms, and we are honored to give something back.”

The Nation of Patriots was formed in 2009 to provide financial support to those who have served in the United States Armed Forces and their families.  It is an independent, non partisan, 501(C)3 nonprofit organization which prides itself on giving 100 percent of all donations received directly to the veterans they help.  The Nation of Patriots works with Virginia facilities and many other veteran organizations to locate and select veteran families based on specific criteria.  To learn more about the Nation of Patriots and the Patriot Tour, including the full schedule of stops and how you can contribute or join the ride, visit their website.

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