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    Kevin McMahon Polaris Ranger XP 900

    Kevin McMahon gets behind the wheel of his new Polaris Ranger XP 900.

    Over the past year Polaris has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project and given away three RZR XP 900s to wounded veterans and donated an additional $154,125 to the organization. That generosity continued in December when Polaris gave away a new Ranger XP 900 and a hunting trip of a lifetime to another wounded veteran.

    Kevin McMahon and Babe Winkleman

    Babe Winkleman and Kevin McMahon pose for a photo during their hunting trip in South Dakota.

    In conjunction with The Wounded Warrior Project, Polaris awarded Kevin McMahon the winner of “The Wounded Warrior Project Polaris Hunt Like A Pro and With One Sweepstakes.” McMahon took home the aforementioned Ranger XP 900 and was treated to a pheasant hunting trip with his son, his friend and his friend’s son to South Dakota with legendary outdoorsman, Babe Winkleman.

    One of more than 3,800 entries in the sweepstakes, McMahon joined the United States Marine Corps in 1980. He retired from active military service in 2011 after more than 30 years of serving his country.

    Click here for more information about the winner and the hunting trip.

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      Polaris, its dealers and Victory Motorcycles have teamed up to donate $154,125 to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). The donation is part of Polaris’ continuing relationship with the WWP, an organization that raises awareness and aids injured servicemen and women. Earlier this year, Polaris also gave away three special, blacked-out Ranger RZR XP 4 900 Side-by-Side vehicles to WWP veterans.

      “Our relationship with the Wounded Warrior Project allows Polaris and our dealers to support the men and women who selflessly sacrifice for our nation through their military service,” says Scott Wine, Polaris Industries CEO. “We consider it an honor and a privilege to partner with the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that lends a hand to those who merit it most. We hope this donation helps these brave men and women return to the rich, active lives they truly deserve.”

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        Wounded Warriors Project and PolarisAs we reported last week, Polaris recently gave away three RZR XP 4 900 UTVs to members of the Wounded Warrior Project.

        The RZR 4 XP 900s were set up by the team at Jagged X and given a blacked-out color scheme. Polaris and Jagged X took the three winners out for a ride in the Arizona desert in their new machines, dubbed Phantom 4s. Fortunately for us, a video crew was on hand to document the whole thing with ride footage and interviews with the winners.

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          Polaris Ranger RZR XP 4 900 Wounded Warrior ProjectDumont, Glamis and High Lifter event attendees caught a glimpse of the new Polaris RZR XP 4 900 during the past month. The special, blacked-out vehicles were used as part of the introduction of the newest member of the RZR family. Now, the three unique “Phantom 4s” will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).

          Starting today through January 10, WWP alumni can enter an essay contest to win one of the three vehicles. More information can be found here.