Since the pink tractor's launch in 2013, it has attended rodeos, fairs, parades, customer appreciation days, agriculture shows, cancer races and many other events, all while raising awareness and funds for cancer research organizations. When the novelty wore off and the demand for the Pink Tractor declined, a decision had to be made.
We discussed several options and all agreed that the tractor should go back to where it all started: Haeg Ranch. This is where the rusty red 1958 International 330 lived and worked for many years before its makeover. Clarence Haeg donated the tractor for the breast cancer awareness cause.
Clarence passed away just a few months ago and when we asked Clarence’s son, Chad, if he would be interested in taking back the Pink Tractor as a way to remember and honor his dad, Chad’s response was a resounding, emotional yes!
We are grateful to have enjoyed the tractor and all the awareness and funds that it raised over the last five years.