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Upon entry to the show, visitors will receive a wristband sponsored by Titan Tire.

Tyler Harris, Editor

August 19, 2019

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stacks of titan tires at HHD
SAVE A BEN FRANKLIN: The certificate for a $100 discount can be used on Titan or Goodyear tires for all-terrain vehicles, center pivots and other farm machinery.

Who wouldn’t like a $100 discount off of their next farm tire purchase? This year, upon entry to Husker Harvest Days, visitors will receive a wristband sponsored by Titan Tire. Visitors can then bring their wristbands to the Titan Tire/Graham Tire exhibit on Lot 530 in the northeast quadrant of the HHD exhibit field to receive a certificate for a $100 discount on any purchase of Titan or Goodyear farm tires.

That includes tires for center pivots, all-terrain vehicles and farm machinery. Certificates are good until Dec. 31.

It’s one way HHD hopes to give visitors the most out of the cost of entry. In a year marked by intense weather events and continued low margins, every little bit helps, and farm tires are a regular expense for most farm and ranch operations.

So, bring your wristband to the Titan Tire/Graham Tire exhibit, and use your certificate by the end of the year to save $100 on your next farm tire purchase.

About the Author(s)

Tyler Harris

Editor, Wallaces Farmer

Tyler Harris is the editor for Wallaces Farmer. He started at Farm Progress as a field editor, covering Missouri, Kansas and Iowa. Before joining Farm Progress, Tyler got his feet wet covering agriculture and rural issues while attending the University of Iowa, taking any chance he could to get outside the city limits and get on to the farm. This included working for Kalona News, south of Iowa City in the town of Kalona, followed by an internship at Wallaces Farmer in Des Moines after graduation.

Coming from a farm family in southwest Iowa, Tyler is largely interested in how issues impact people at the producer level. True to the reason he started reporting, he loves getting out of town and meeting with producers on the farm, which also gives him a firsthand look at how agriculture and urban interact.

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