Organization provides off-road experiences to injured veterans
Polaris RZR, this Memorial Day, is partnering with Warfighter Made, a non-profit organization that supports ill, injured, and combat-wounded service members and veterans, with the RZR Salute to Heroes donation and giveaway campaign. The campaign is raising funds for the organization so they can continue to provide off-road experiences and customized vehicles to those injured while serving our country.
Starting today Polaris RZR is raising money in two ways, with 100 percent of the donations going directly to Warfighter Made. Those who donate through the RZR Salute to Heroes website will be entered to win one of 16 prizes from industry partners. Donors will also be eligible to win the grand prize, a custom military-themed RZR XP Turbo EPS built by the Diesel Brothers. Additionally, RZR will contribute $5 (up to $25,000) for every social media post that includes a picture of a RZR, a RZR Life story, and #RZRLife or #RZRSalutetoHeroes.
Warfighter Made was established in 2012, with the goal of empowering and improving the quality of life for ill, injured and combat-wounded service members and veterans, and improving their quality of life by keeping them connected to their families, friends, community and the world. The organization offers programs, as like recreational therapy, through the adaptation and customization of trucks, motorcycles and off-road vehicles. Polaris RZRs are used during these recreational trips
“Warfighter Made makes a difference for so many veterans by giving them the opportunity to continue to do the things they enjoy most, like off-roading.” said Matt Boone, RZR Marketing Manager. “RZR has been a partner of Warfighter Made for a number of years, andwe wanted to show our continued support for the incredible work they do with our country’s heroes.”
The RZR Salute to Heroes campaign runs May 15 to May 29, closing at 11:59 p.m. CST. Please see a short video about the initiative.