Earlier this year, Kubota introduced the Hometown Proud Grant Program, where local municipalities and non-profits were invited to apply for the chance to win $100,000 towards a project of their choosing.
Out of thousands of deserving communities who entered, Kubota has chosen five finalists who will move forward. Out of these five finalists, one winning project will be announced by Kubota in July.
The five finalists Kubota has chosen for this award are Willard Pal Camp Character in Willard, Missouri, Habitat for Humanity at Boss Park in Akron, Ohio, Westside Food Literacy Program in Turlock, California, Wayne County Ag Center in Collinwood, Tennessee, and Bexar Junior Livestock Show in San Antonio, Texas. Kubota recently interviewed the finalists, which can be viewed here on Kubota’s YouTube channel.
While the finalists are already chosen, there is still plenty of time for you to get involved in the program by voting! From now until June 25th, 2021, voting is open to determine who will win the Hometown Proud Grant this year. Plus, each vote automatically places each entrant into a sweepstakes* for a chance to win a Kubota sub-compact tractor or zero-turn mower. Voting is allowed once a day, every day for each entrant.
To meet the finalists and cast your vote, visit www.KubotaHometownProud.com.
*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., age 18+. Void outside 50 U.S./D.C. and where prohibited. Ends 06/25/21. For full Official Rules, visit www.KubotaHometownProud.com.
Post update 7/13/21: Voting for Kubota’s Hometown Proud Grant has now ended with Wayne County Ag Center in Collingwood, TN receiving the grand prize award.