Sometimes, real men drive pink

Tired Iron of the Ozarks raises money to assist victims in their fight against breast cancer with pink Farmall

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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Glenn Smith, of Gentry, moves the Tired Iron of the Ozarks' breast cancer awareness tractor to display it at the club's weekend show. The tractor was also outfitted by Tired Iron members with a second seat and set of controls to teach youth how to drive a tractor. Through donations and signatures added to the tractor, more than $1,000 has been raised to assist in the fight against breast cancer.

Glenn Smith, of Gentry, moves the Tired Iron of the Ozarks' breast cancer awareness tractor to display it at the club's weekend show. The tractor was also outfitted by Tired Iron members with a second seat and set of controls to teach youth how to drive a tractor. Through donations and signatures added to the tractor, more than $1,000 has been raised to assist in the fight against breast cancer.
Photo by Randy Moll

While some might wonder why anyone would paint a perfectly-good antique tractor pink instead of Farmall red, Tired Iron of the Ozarks has a good cause.


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